On Jun 1, 2006, at 11:37 AM, Josh Wilmes wrote:
At 12:00 on 06/01/2006 BST, David Cantrell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Basic I/O is talking to filehandles and nyetwork sockets. Anything
above the UDP / TCP level should not, IMO, be included.
I'd respectfully disagree. Just like text isn't just ascii any more,
content isn't just on local filesystems. HTTP has become pretty much
If you use it. When my work involved a lot of internet related stuff
I would have agreed. But with the work I do now my use of HTTP with
perl is at 0%.
Everyone has a bias in their own thoughts of what the minimum is.
"basic" should only be the common subset of them.