I've been wondering about that. When I used MacOS 9, I used MacPerl. Now that I have MacOS X with a BSD-based command line (aka darwin)(kind of...), I use Perl compiled for darwin. Why would one continue to use MacPerl when the Unix-based one is finally accessible?

I'm asking in all seriousness. Since /usr/bin/perl is pre-installed - what is the benefit for an OS X user in using MacPerl instead?

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