Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior
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Posted The CPAN Testers game to Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior
I'm not sure of how many of you know the ecosystem of Perl QA, so I decided to move an old article of mine to medium.com and update it to reflect all the changes that happened between those years.
Here is the…
Posted Translating Jenkins with Perl to Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior
This is my first post here and I hope it is more positive than a rant to the readers eyes...
It was 2017 when I had installed Jenkins locally in my notebook for a series of experiments. The notebook was running Ubuntu configured in Brazilian Portuguese and Jenkins automatically presented m…
Commented on DBD::Oracle Trial Release 2
Well, that's great news! Kudos for all the people involved. A shame that the main interested party here would be Oracle itself, but the company doesn't care. Every company looks for profit, but Oracle's doesn't mind doing it while taking...
Commented on Are Restricted/Locked Hashes A Failed Experiment?
I have used Hash::Utils more than once, specially in OOP projects that I was using "default" OOP model of Perl (not Moose or anything like that). I found out it very useful, specially to avoid typos when referring to attributes...
Commented on Perl to the rescue: case study of deleting a large directory
This post is quite old already, but I found it due to a post of mine in the perlmonks website. As far as I checked, if you're in Linux, you could use a system call to SYS_getdents with syscall and...
Enkidu commented on
DBD::Oracle Trial Release 2
I've installed DBD::Oracle 1.75_40 and it works as well as I expect using the Oracle 12.2.0 client libraries against what's probably an Oracle 11g server. My uses are mostly
SELECTcalls, so not a great testbed. Many thanks for putting the work in!
One point to mention because I couldn't find the answer on the fine web: after a recent upgrade to Fedora 28, I had to re-install the Oracle client libraries. There is a missing dependency in the instructions created because Fedora has moved the NIS library out of glibc. You'll need to include
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