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  • Commented on Data::Dumper Debugging
    As for Pry, I really liked it, but like Samuel Kaufman said here, I wonder how different it is from Carp::Reply itself. You mentioned it only works when exceptions are thrown, but Carp::Reply let's you put "Carp::Reply::repl();" anywhere in the...
  • Commented on Data::Dumper Debugging
    Hi everyone! I see some of the discussion got a bit sidetracked towards Data::Printer. On this matter, I just wanted to point out that I really appreciate all the enthusiasm and feedback you guys have >shown, and that because it...
  • Commented on Yay! Moose is free from stringy exceptions!
    Congratulations on the awesome work you did! Keep it up! :)...
  • Commented on A Lookback of YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2013
    You guys *rock*! Thank you so much for all the amazing YAPCs you've organized over the years. I'm confident the great Perl hackers out there will pick it up and turn it into something hopefully even greater next year, and...
  • Commented on p5-MOP syntax improvements
    Exciting! Please keep us posted :D...
  • Commented on A Question of Location
    Loved it! Can’t wait for “A study() in RedHat” or “The round()s of Posixville” :D...
  • Commented on Is there a list of CERT advisories keyed to fixed Perl versions?
    Hi brian! You can search the CVE/NVD for a lot of products, including perl, separated by version. The link below, for example, should contain the list of known vulnerabilities ever found in perl: http://web.nvd.nist.gov/view/vuln/search-results?adv_search=true&cves=on&cve_id=&query=&cwe_id=&cpe_product=cpe%3A%2Fa%3Aperl%3Aperl&cpe_version=&pub_date_start_month=-1&pub_date_start_year=-1&pub_date_end_month=-1&pub_date_end_year=-1&mod_date_start_month=-1&mod_date_start_year=-1&mod_date_end_month=-1&mod_date_end_year=-1&cvss_sev_base=&cvss_av=&cvss_ac=&cvss_au=&cvss_c=&cvss_i=&cvss_a=...
  • Commented on Deep Cloning
    So, turns out it really was a long-standing bug in Clone. Florian Ragwitz was kind enough to spot and fix it. Now we just have to wait for the patch to be applied. Until it happens, you should be mindful...
  • Commented on Deep Cloning
    As an extra bit of information, fieldhash() changing the internal representation of the variable is expected. This issue with Clone seems to be another manifestation of a 2-year old open ticket in Clone's RT queue. Data::Printer is not even close...
  • Commented on Deep Cloning
    Ok guys. The more I look at this the more I feel this is *not* a bug in Data::Printer. First of all, as I'm sure you know, this is not "Data::Printer's doing" in the pure sense of the word. Data::Printer...
  • Commented on Deep Cloning
    Hey guys, thanks for the feedback. I think there are two issues at play here: why is Data::Printer changing the internal representation of the variable from an IV to a PVMG; why is Clone not able to clone that representation....
  • Commented on Partially leaving Perl to change the world with Kaggle
    Kaggle, huh? Exciting! Good luck on your new endeavour, and many thanks for all the amazing stuff you have done over the years for Perl! I'm sad that you won't have as much time as you did before to work...
  • Commented on One Unit of Stepping Up
    What a great story! Congratulations!...
  • Commented on Perl in Pop Culture
    Very cool! This isn't the first time Perl went into Pop Culture. The Camel Book has appeared not once, but *twice*, on the TV Series "Chuck" :) http://ikeapimp.blogspot.com.br/2009/03/chuck-vs-camel.html...
  • Commented on Easy Data::Printer in the perl debugger
    Wow, I'm really glad you enjoy Data::Printer - and even more that you took the time to write and share this nice tip! Speaking of tips and the debugger, have you seen the ones in DDP's documentation? https://metacpan.org/module/Data::Printer#Using-Data::Printer-from-the-Perl-debugger One uses...
  • Commented on The Perl Learning Environment
    This is a great initiative! For newcomers, I agree IDEs are the way to go. One way to minimize issue #4, as you have taught me, is to ask students beforehand to bring laptops with similar operating systems to where...
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