Of course if you patched the module with XS and your C code there would be :-)
Not really. The C program is a complete program that solves this
one specific problem. There's nowhere in the Net::CIDR
interface to 'patch'; the module doesn't do what
this program does, and this program doesn't implement
any of the functions that Net::CIDR
Even if I did put it in, there wouldn't be
any benefit. At present, you could compile my program and
system("mjd-merge-blocks inputfile > outputfile");
Then you could call it a "Perl solution", but it wouldn't
really be one. Hacking my code into Net::CIDR
wouldn't be a "Perl solution" either.
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