Isn't this what the 'config.status' file is for?
Re: Perl Examples
> Dude, your giving Perl hackers a bad
> name ; ) 3 of the 4 samples above do
> not work as expected. It would have
> been wise to test them first. In my
> experience this has been the exact
> reason companies have an aversion to
> using Perl in a production environment.
> Too many hackers hacking too quickly
> while their hacks don't provide what was
> initially asked for : )
My experience with perl is that people are tired of new releases breaking their code..