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I perfectly agree with you, but please, consider this:

There is no problem with CPAN version handling, the problem is that there are a lot of old installation coming from activestate. I really hate to see that someone could run some old version that may have some bug which is already fixed in the new version. (hubris?)

> Learn not to worry about the number of times your code is installed
> since it doesn't really mean much.

Well, I am not english native, and writing the documentation takes me really A LOT of time, so knowing that my effort are useful to someone really helps me, even if the numbers are "wildly inaccurate". Nobody likes to do something possibly useless!

> Unfortunately there is a large body of evidence that nasty people are
> willing to expend foolishly large amounts of time and effort in producing exploits.

That's true, but who could be so stupid to do bad things using its own name and its own registered domain? Anyway, I hope that my quick fix can solve that problem.

Thank you for your feedback. I will take it into consideration.


In reply to Re: Re^4: CGI::Application vs CGI::Builder by Anonymous Monk
in thread CGI::Application vs CGI::Builder by gryphon

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