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... but to excise such a fundamentally important part of the system just for a speed gain seems like throwing the baby out with the bathwater

In that thread, Tomasz Konojacki has referred to that "fundamentally important part of the system" as a "misfeature" that he would like to see "completely removed".
So far, that assessment has not been questioned. Maybe it's in your best interests to let it be known that not everyone shares that view ?
(If people don't tell 'em, they won't know ;-)

Mind you, I don't think they would do anything so bold as to have it "completely removed", so you probably don't have to worry too much about that.
Nevertheless, would you be content to live with the heightened possibility that perls built without taint checking capability existed ?

Cheers,
Rob

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