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It looks interesting. I may give it a shot this weekend, depending on the weather. (I'm in the process of fixing up a house that needs a little TLC, so my free time isn't what it could be.)

I'll assume that you are on the latest and greatest version of Panther, running the latest and great 5.8.x ...

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In reply to Re: Coro on OSX (was Re: Re: Coroutines in Perl) by tbone1
in thread Coroutines in Perl by leriksen

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