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On 13 Apr 2011, at 08:25, Jorge Gonzalez wrote:
It's plausible that multiple fire-ups of the same program would
wind up with identical pages, if no memory allocation ever depends
on timing or anything other than static configuration.
Could be, but lots of perl modules defer their load until some
function belonging to them is actually called at runtime. Catalyst
does this.
No it does not. This is entirely incorrect.

Some perl modules do only get loaded at Runtime, but this is _not
true_ for a Catalyst application (but may be true for modules you
application then uses).

Cheers
t0m

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