On Tue, Apr 11, 2006 at 12:26:13PM +1200, Sam Vilain wrote:
: This does mean that if you comment out blocks with s/^/#/, you mess up on:
: #sub foo
: #{
: #  if foo { }
: #}

Well, actually, that still works.  To be certain though, you could always
use s/^/##/ or s/^/# /.  Even better is:

    =begin UNUSED
    sub foo
      if foo { }
    =end UNUSED

And I don't really care if that's not what people are used to.
The whole point of Perl 6 is to change How Things Work.


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