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Didn't we run into a problem with a module that was upgraded and changed behaviour on us? :)

Before you upgrade, you can use your development servers to make sure everything works with the new versions, so that's already a leg up on what most people have.

I definitely recommend staying away from anything that smells like early-adopter. I tend to think that old code does the same thing that it always did, and if old code is working and you have other things to think about, other things should win. Other people in Stonehenge are at the other end of the spectrum. :)

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In reply to Re: Maintaining an Enterprise Perl Distribution by brian_d_foy
in thread Maintaining an Enterprise Perl Distribution by cbrandtbuffalo

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