The source code is at https://github.com/fglock/Perlito/blob/master/misc/Java/TestJS.pl; I've tested with javac 1.7.0_79 in Ubuntu.
The Vagrant PDE is a VirtualBox image ready for Perl development with many of the CPAN modules you'd want to use.
- Upgraded the Operating System to Ubuntu 2015.04
- Added Rakudo Perl 2015.09
- Added several Perl Modules
- Upgraded all the other Perl Modules
If you have never used it, you can follow the instructions for the
Vagrant Perl Development Environment.
If you already have the previous version installed, you can follow the instructions
to upgrade PDE.
The source on GitHub.
Anybody want to be an organizer for YAPC::NA? We're open to anybody that wants to help out. Really, our only rule is that you have to help out. We don't want to be organizing in front of spectators / peanut gallery. If you are willing to roll up your sleeves and do some work, we're happy to have you. Our next planning meeting will be in a couple weeks. If you want to participate, please complete the doodle poll prior to Monday, October 5th:
The goal of Hacktoberfest is to get more people contributing to open source by submitting at least one pull request (PR) during the month of October. If you sign up and do at least four PRs in the month, then you'll get a free t-shirt.
If you use a GeoIP database, you're probably familiar with MaxMind's MMDB format.
At MaxMind, we created the MMDB format because we needed a format that was very fast and highly portable. MMDB comes with supported readers in many languages. In this blog post, we'll use Perl modules to create an MMDB file which contains an access list of IP addresses. This kind of database could be used when allowing access to a VPN or a hosted application.
Read the full blog post.
I have started compiling summaries of the Perl 5 Porters (p5p) mailing list. Thank you to everyone who helped improve them. Following is the first report.
My August assignment (yes, I had to "stick" with it for September) in the CPAN Pull Request Challenge was Test::Aggregate. In August, I went on vacation, and CPAN Testers' reporting was down, so I decided to solve the task after I return from the YAPC in Granada and ask for a new distribution for September with a two-week delay. It wasn't that easy, though.
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