On Fri, 16 Jan 2009, Phlip wrote:

> David A. Black wrote:
>
>> It's cool but it doesn't belong on the original list, because it's not
>> something that might make your existing code fail to work, which is
>> (mostly :-) what the list is. The mention of ordered hashes is
>> questionable on those grounds too in fact.
>
> Maybe we need two lists:
>
> - warnings, gotchas, and incompatibilities
> - new conveniences and benefits

Well, my whole book is about 1.9 :-)


David

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