Actually diff could use some shape up as for intra line and binary diff...
But if a Module - lets say my favourite Parse::RecDescent will have it's last update in 2001 and we'll have the year 2007, then I see no problem:
- Keeping it if there will be no other module (and we know Damian won't write it) like Parse::FastDescent with same API, but just functionally equivalent/better and faster.
- Moving it to CPAN-Nimbus else
And I'm not saying newest is best. I thought I could discuss at the monastery, on some sophisticated level where it is not necessary to say everything explicitedly.
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