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You have 12,986 modules installed? That's ... impressive. Only leaves the remaining two thirds of CPAN to go!

12,986 includes every single thing in @INC that looks like a module with 1,851 CPAN distributions installed. 1,578 of those only contain pod (like AnyEvent::FAQ) plus 11,408 code modules. Obviously 12,986 sounds more impressive than 1,578 so I went with the hyperbole.

I can't reply directly to jdporter's completely accurate accusation of *stealing*. I have definitely seen the signature before but must have forgotten that and actually thought I came up with it! I was going to leave out the "and greatest" part because it seemed more fluent but included it for unknown reasons. I guess my unconscious mind values accuracy. The human mind is amazing and most of what it does is totally unconscious. Please excuse my inadvertant theft of your awesome quote.

In reply to Re^3: I prefer not to run the latest version of Perl because: by Anonymous Monk
in thread I prefer not to run the latest version of Perl because: by hippo

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