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Pros and Cons thus far for me. (Luckily the 'cons' are pretty (/very!) nit-picky. I just wanted to air my grievances)

Cons

  • No smart not-match operator. !~~
  • Perl 5.10 goodness not enabled by default. (I don't want more boilerplate.
    #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings;
    is bad enough without use feature ":5.10";
  • Perl 5.10 command-line goodness requires a chorded key (shift+e). I'm way more prone to typo'ing when a chord's involved. I know I'm going to type -lnWE and -lnwe<shift> a billion times. But, more likely, I'm going to patch my perl to make 'e' like 'E'.
  • Boo for deprecating my $foo if 0;. Rightfully so... but still. :-)
  • Boo for non-alphabetical release orderings. ("5.8.8" gt "5.10.0" -- I warned you these were nit-picky.).

Pros

  • Hallelujah for finally adding // and //=!
  • say "Hallelujah"; I'm already finding myself correcting print join("\t", @foo), $/; to the far Perlier say join "\t", @foo;

Hmm. The 'pros' list is shorter than I thought it'd be. Nonetheless, I'm happy overall.


In reply to Re: Perl 5.10.0 is out by benizi
in thread Perl 5.10.0 is out by moritz

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