congratulations melezhik for you work. In an ancient epoch i was used to shot my Perl programs across the network using a central machine... your seems an organic effort for such task.
i hope i have the time to try Sparrow soon. (I have some problem to see the cpan tester matrix for the current version 0.2.30 anyway)
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