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Re: [NYC-rb] A Time Machine & Perl on Rails.

From: Aaron D
Sent on: Monday, May 13, 2013 6:56 PM
As someone who used to code a ton of Perl, I cry a little inside when I 
see stuff like this :)
The whole premise is backasswards.

Aaron

On[masked]:11, Stephen Schor wrote:
> Do you remember in 2007 when BBC ported Rails (then a 1.2.3) to Perl 
> [1]?
> Does anyone know anyone who maintained that project?
> 
> I'm curious how they've faired maintaining their own framework with
> "neutered [2]" versions
> of certain Perl libraries. What's this thing looking like in 2013?
> 
> Signed,
> Morbidly Curious in Manhattan
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