I came across a recently written module by a very smart person who I am friends with, and the module neglected to 'use strict;'
Do you do this? If so, why? Please add your reason in the comments. I'm somewhat flabbergasted that anyone wouldn't use strict in this day and age.
I've been struggling for a while with the issues of deploying Perl applications in enterprise setups for in house Perl applications. So I rolled a couple of RPM spec files for 5.12.3 and 5.14.0 with the eventual goal of being able to deploy Perl applications on RPM based distributions (Fedora and Centos) without needing the system perl binaries to run the app.
I built a couple of RPMs and ran PerlBench on them, 5.14.0 has some nice results:
I dubbed my effort 'fredp…
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