On Jun 1, 2006, at 11:37 AM, Josh Wilmes wrote:

At 12:00 on 06/01/2006 BST, David Cantrell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Basic I/O is talking to filehandles and nyetwork sockets.  Anything
above the UDP / TCP level should not, IMO, be included.

I agree.

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.


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