Terry Lambert wrote:
> If we are expressing preferences, I prefer that it be called:
> NO_WE_CHANGE_THE_NAME_SO_YOU_GET_PERL_ANYWAY_`date "+%Y%m%d%H%M%S"`
If we're expressing preferences, I think we should eliminate the wrapper
> Just so that the name matches it's *real* function, which is apparently
> to make sure that whatever variable you set to avoid getting perl last
> time is totally ineffective in preventing you getting perl this time.
But you're not getting perl, you're just getting the basically harmless
wrapper. I had two choices with this change, I could either change the
variable back to NOPERL which both A) Doesn't match the current
pseudo-standard, and B) doesn't describe what it's actually doing.
> I personally just consider it an unsubtle means of perl advocacy...
I tend to agree with this.
"We have known freedom's price. We have shown freedom's power.
And in this great conflict, ... we will see freedom's victory."
- George W. Bush, President of the United States
State of the Union, January 28, 2002
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