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Add another fortune from #perl .

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File t2/humour/fortunes/fortunes-shlomif-ids-data.yaml

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       date: 2012-11-12T21:22:13Z
     sharp-perl-perl-shrinks: 
       date: 2011-04-03T22:26:50Z
+    sharp-perl-perls-enterprise-release: 
+      date: 2012-12-24T14:40:49Z
     sharp-perl-production-wtf-code: 
       date: 2009-12-14T16:42:47Z
     sharp-perl-resolved-wont-fix: 

File t2/humour/fortunes/sharp-perl.xml

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             </info>
         </irc>
     </fortune>
+    <fortune id="sharp-perl-perls-enterprise-release">
+        <meta>
+            <title>Perl’s Enterprise Release</title>
+        </meta>
+        <irc>
+            <body>
+<saying who="federated_life">once you get into poe and moose heavily…why stay with perl instead of going to java ?</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">I&#39;ve spent much of this last month writing Perl at home and Java at work.. I really really dislike Java</saying>
+<saying who="Su-Shee">federated_life: what for?</saying>
+<saying who="federated_life">since being a real programmer is editing the binary files directly instead of recompiling…but java has a lot of nice stuff</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">It is far too  new FutureFunction&lt;Param,Result&gt;() { public Future&lt;Result&gt; apply(Param p) { noisy } }  for my liking</saying>
+<saying who="Su-Shee">federated_life: WTF?</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">I always get annoyed that the smallest of things takes just far too much code in Java, to the point that after a glance, I can&#39;t see where the real detail is</saying>
+<saying who="Su-Shee">federated_life: and what nice stuff does Java has?</saying>
+<saying who="apeiron">federated_life, you know where Java is if you want it. we&#39;re not stopping you.</saying>
+<saying who="federated_life">Im no java expert, nor a perl expert …. but I don&#39;t have to load half of cpan to get moose equivalent in java</saying>
+<saying who="apeiron">it&#39;s hardly half of CPAN</saying>
+<saying who="apeiron">it&#39;s not even a third or a quarter</saying>
+<saying who="federated_life">:)</saying>
+<saying who="apeiron">no, not :)</saying>
+<saying who="apeiron">more like &quot;stfu and stop spreading ignorance-based FUD&quot;</saying>
+<saying who="federated_life">perl is awesome, no doubts about it, but Im curious what other languages you guys hack stuff up in</saying>
+<saying who="Su-Shee">federated_life: then just use Java and leave us using something else if you like it better.. also: plenty of perl code doesn&#39;t even need Moose or POE</saying>
+<saying who="apeiron">C</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">federated_life: I also use C, Ruby and Python.</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">Perl, Scheme, C, Java,...</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">federated_life: and I play with other languages too.</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">federated_life: and C++.</saying>
+<saying who="tybalt89">federated_life: surveys are one channel over</saying>
+<saying who="Su-Shee">federated_life: C, Ruby, JavaScript, Shell, R and sadly Java for Android stuff</saying>
+<saying who="lroe">tybalt89, #perl++?</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">Objective Perl++.NET</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">LeoNerd: heh.</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">LeoNerd: Enterprise Edition.</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">Wait, Objective jPerl++.NET  surely..</saying>
+<saying who="Su-Shee">Objective jPerl.NET++ Enterprise Beans</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">Objective jIronPerl++.NET Enterprise Edition.</saying>
+<saying who="federated_life">jperl !! awesome, now something to make java devs lose their minds</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">I wonder if anyone has a web framework called Toast</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">Could make Beans on Toast</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">federated_life: there&#39;s Inline::Java, BTW.</saying>
+<saying who="lroe">Objective jIronPerl++.NET Enterprise Edition♭</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">lroe: Isn&#39;t the &quot;Iron&quot; something about .NET anyway though?</saying>
+<saying who="lroe">I added the ♭</saying>
+<saying who="lroe">not the iron</saying>
+<saying who="Su-Shee">LeoNerd: you hid your python.</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">*ahem*</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">federated_life: http://paste.debian.net/218118/ - Larry Wall about Java.</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">lroe: isn&#39;t the ♭ &quot;flat&quot;?</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">perlbot: utf8 ♭</saying>
+<saying who="perlbot">rindolf: U+266D (e2 99 ad): MUSIC FLAT SIGN [♭]</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">:-)</saying>
+<saying who="federated_life">rindolf:  circa 1997</saying>
+<saying who="lroe">yes it is the flat sign</saying>
+<saying who="lroe">as opposed to the sharp sign</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">http://www.shlomifish.org/humour/fortunes/show.cgi?id=shlomif-functional-specs--ms-editing-macros</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">So now we have:</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">Objective jIronPerl++.NET Enterprise Edition♭ Professional Home Premium™.</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">LOL.</saying>
+<saying who="icebattle">Objective jIronPerl++.NET Enterprise Edition♭ Professional Home Premium 64-bit Single-user</saying>
+            </body>
+            <info>
+                <channel>#perl</channel>
+                <network>Freenode</network>
+                <tagline>Enterprise Perl for the Enterprise Win</tagline>
+            </info>
+        </irc>
+    </fortune>
 </list>
 </collection>

File t2/humour/fortunes/ver.txt

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