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Re^4: p5p vs CPAN

by pryrt (Prior)
on Oct 17, 2019 at 13:40 UTC ( #11107603=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: p5p vs CPAN
in thread p5p vs CPAN

like for example, my $foo qw(bar baz) makes perfect sense and was valid perl until
I'm afraid to say that it doesn't make perfect sense to me. What would you expect it to mean? It's also not valid perl

I assume this was the same anonymous monk from Re^2: How can I create a simple Autocad drawing with Perl, who complained about needing to fix foreach my $action qw(load save) { to foreach my $action (qw(load save)) { in order to use CAD::Drawing::IO. Apparently, this AM either didn't read, didn't like, or didn't accept afoken's detailed explanation as to why the original syntax was never meant to work (hence Corion's use of "bugwards compatibility" earlier in this thread).

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