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I had also given anonymonk an upvote. See my update.

Re changing to "". I've been using "" for so long, possibly a couple of decades, that it's become like an old, favourite jumper: a bit frayed around the edges, a few holes here and there, but I still like to wear it. I definitely like the the A-Z function and module searches it provides which "" doesn't have. Also, given it's being revamped at the moment, I think we should give it a bit longer before dismissing it.

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In reply to Re^7: NEW [doc://perldoc#deeplink] works now with all perldocs by kcott
in thread NEW [doc://perldoc#deeplink] works now with all perldocs by LanX

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