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I think technically yes, because the present tense should be referring to Raku instead.



Raku is not the direct successor to Perl, active Perl development continues.


No, Perl still exists (in the form of Perl 5) and is used a lot and will continue to be developed, now unhampered by Raku (formerly known as Perl 6).




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