E. Choroba

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  • Joseph Brenner commented on What happened to Perl 7?

    It's excellent to have this clarified-- some people haven't gotten the word that the consensus is to stay with backwards compatibility-- I was talking to some folks who you would think would know better who were expecting some major breakage from the Perl 7 release.

    I was wondering about this, though:

    "At some point in the future, the PSC may decide that the set of features, taken together, represent a big enough step forward to justify a new baseline for Perl. If that happens, then the version will be bumped to 7.0."

    Couldn't this be firmed up at this point? I wou…

  • Dimitrios Kechagias commented on What happened to Perl 7?

    IMHO announcing Perl 7, which was picked up by the non-perl community as clear "signs of life" from what they thought of as an irrelevant/dying language, and then taking it back was quite a big step backwards, so I'd thought we'd want to rectify that as quickly as possible.

  • Elvin Aslanov commented on What happened to Perl 7?
  • Smylers commented on What happened to Perl 7?

    Thank you for such a clear update. As somebody who only manages intermittently to follow what's happening with the Perl core, this is really useful, and explains several things I'd be wondering about.

  • laurent_r commented on Perl Weekly Challenge 200: Arithmetic Slices and Seven Segment Display

    Hi Choroba, thanks for your comment. It appears that we don't understand the task in the same way. My understanding of the task is that the differences between any three *consecutive* elements of the original array of integers should be the same. 3 7 11 is indeed an arithmetic sequence, but these numbers are not consecutive items in the original 3 5 7 9 11 input sequence.

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