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I was responding to the comment:

It would indeed be a really interesting experiment to create something thatís compatible with most non-abusive uses of p5, but is better defined and cleaner on the inside.

I thought and still think that v5 perfectly matches those words. (With the exception that it's not an experiment; it's another step toward completion of the overall P6 vision; but it still matches Ralesk's description). So I mentioned v5.

Folk can and often will twist whatever is said to match their worldview. But I will not be ruled by the fear that chromatic's P6 wounds might still not have healed, nor will I put much store in AM trolls that get negative votes. (I take all feedback into account, but let the silent word of the monastery, in the form of votes, guide me more than anything else.)


In reply to Re^2: v5, a reimplementation of P5 (was Re^5: A "Perl-7" that I could actually USE right now) by raiph
in thread A "Perl-7" that I could actually USE right now by sundialsvc4

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