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Re: Working Group Proposal

Dan Sugalski
July 25, 2000 08:19
Re: Working Group Proposal
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At 10:54 AM 7/25/00 -0400, Kurt D. Starsinic wrote:
>On Mon, Jul 24, 2000 at 06:46:22PM -0700, Derek J. Balling wrote:
> > I'll just say that "I disagree". I don't think you should EVER have
> > to recompile your perl binary to get something a program author
> > thought would be available in THEIR perl binary.
> >
> > A perl program should work "anywhere" unless the end-user has
> > explicitly removed functionality from his/her perl-binary.
>     Think embedded systems.  Think handhelds.  Think bleeding-edge
>experimentation.  Think Penguin.  Think Safe.  Think Different.

Think working group for language capability partitioning, since it's 
off-topic here, though a very useful topic. (Think "Dan is finally 
realizing exactly how *big* the little area he volunteered for is"... :)


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