[Josselin Mouette] > Because python and ruby have similar features Same with perl and python. > and the former is more widely spread and used. Same with perl and python. Actually these days perl and python are fairly evenly split, but even so, there's no need for both. Of 63 config scripts on my system, only 4 are in perl. Of 589 postrm scripts, only 2 are in perl, and they're both Linux kernel images. Apparently good old POSIX shell is good enough for the vast majority of packages.
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