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Amazon considers removing Perl from Amazon Linux Image in EC2

From: Peter T.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 12:52 PM
I just discovered this regarding Perl and Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2):

https://aws.amazon...­ , "Looking ahead to our[masked] release" :

"We are considering removing Perl from the packages that are installed by default on the AMI, but it will remain in the repositories."

I would hat of Amazon drops Perl. TWiki is also deployed in the Amazon cloud by many companies. I wrote a blog post about this, http://twiki.org/...­

"Please let us know if you have feedback or concerns about any of these plans."

I recommend complaining about considering removing Perl. Link: https://forums.aws...­

Cheers,
Peter


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