I found their support very effective, and a very large addition to Open Source
I am very happy to have centralised Win32 support, and mentioned by you Strawberry Perl is too diletantic and not time proven, unlike ActiveState with their personel many of them deserving deep respect.
Not a first time I am surprised how a person with huge XP like yours can talk nonsence.
indeed, XP means nothing, you prove this.
Go, downvote me, I will be just happy on receiving '--' in this particular case.
I am proud to have better knowledge than yours with less XP.
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