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  • Commented on Cpan Module not installing properly
    Try services like http://downorjust.me/ to check connections....
  • Commented on Startup Row
    Nice to know there are startups using Perl, all I seem to hear lately is Python this and Rails that....
  • Commented on A regex for my book
    At least that regex is great for t-shirts. :)...
  • Commented on Updates to CPAN module reviews
    Thirded, although we could never have enough CPAN module authors, we certainly need more CPAN module reviewers like yourself :)...
  • Commented on I’m very pleased to announce that Michael Schwern has...
    After reading this I went and watched a couple of his talks on YouTube. I agree! Test::More is terrific, though I also have to thank David Golden for this article: http://www.dagolden.com/index.php/1322/five-testmore-features-you-might-not-be-using-yet/...
  • Commented on CPAN, my first time.
    Congratulations on your first CPAN module. Nice choice with dzil....
  • Commented on Writing API clients in Perl and Python
    Yes, I often wonder why Ruby and Python (both excellent languages) don't have better infrastructure in this area (build tools, automated testing farms, etc). There's actually no technical reason for this, plus there's already an excellent example (CPAN). Or perhaps...
  • Commented on A Random Story
    A library should not mess with "use lib", ever. On a rather similar note, lately I've been pissed with PHP web applications which messes around with php.ini settings (usually error_reporting, or memory_limit). Changing application setting is now not as simple...
  • Commented on A Random Story
    Nice story. I admit, I usually (about 75% of the time) took the easy route of just fork the module because I need something usable and on CPAN rather quickly. Perhaps I should be more like you....
  • Commented on Is there in truth no Perl?
    For "mainstream languages", your best bet would be Perl 6 and, to a lesser degree, Ruby. Also, I thought the "post-modern" tag only applies to Moose instead of the whole Perl language?...
  • Commented on GitHub-friendly README files with ExtUtils::MakeMaker and Module::Build
    Luckily Dist::Zilla saves me from knowing about all this detail :) Whether I'm using E::MM or M::B, README files are generated automatically for me. Btw, I also noticed that recently Github stopped showing warning message about my projects not having...
  • Commented on DuckDuckGo is a general purpose search engine, primarily written...
    I've been on again and off again with DDG, mostly due to laziness. As the first step of supporting this cool Perl project, I'm now setting my Chrome's default search to DDG. Go DDG, go Perl!...
  • Commented on I wish UNSHIFT was called something else...
    stick and finger are also unused. Hm, idea for an Acme:: module perhaps......
  • Commented on Time spent waiting for tests you know will pass is time wasted
    Yup, I always stick -n there. Back when I used cpan I always prefix the install command with 'notest'. I can't afford to waste seconds or minutes every time I install the same modules in several places. It adds up....
  • Commented on Can I just say
    Agreed, a large part of it due to Perl itself having good documentation. I've learnt Perl from the manpages more than any other Perl books....
  • Commented on Merging Hash
    @brian: collide? :) Anyway, I think sometimes merge does overwrite/leave out data, particularly conflicting ones....
  • Commented on Happy Birthday, MetaCPAN!
    To Olaf, congratulations for starting a successful open source project and to the whole MetaCPAN team/contributors, congratulations for a great work. Happy 1st birthday!...
  • Commented on blogs.perl.org needs your help!
    Running out of tuits myself :( I find blogs.perl.org still usable, except for the comment spam. That needs to be on the top 10 list....
  • Commented on Perl Trolls
    Perl elder chromatic fighting a drunk, thanks for the nice image in my head :)...
  • Commented on Perl module ideas #2
    Btw, I've also written this post sometime in the past: http://blogs.perl.org/users/steven_haryanto/2010/11/short-grossly-incomplete-comparison-of-perl-logging-frameworks.html...
  • Commented on Perl module ideas #2
    @Hercynium: There is Log::Any::Adapter::Dispatch, which lets you log using the various Log::Dispatch modules. There are *a lot* of them. (What's left is supporting categories)....
  • Commented on RIP John McCarthy
    A sad month indeed. RIP Steve Jobs, RIP dmr, RIP John McCarthy. Most of us don't know you personally, but your work and contributions have impacted us all and will continue to do so. As we say in Indonesia, "Mati...
  • Commented on Perl module ideas #1
    @mirod: Thanks for the suggestion. I am more biased towards CSS-selector style, but I will look into XPathEngine. @shawnhcorey: I believe in the "Release early, release often" mantra :) @SawyerX: Hi Sawyer! Unfortunately I myself cannot participate at the moment....
  • Commented on A Glimpse Of YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2011
    Looks very exciting, hope someday can attend. Btw, are you a native English speaker?...
  • Commented on I'm back
    Welcome back :)...
  • Commented on Variable Names
    About typing long names: any decent editor should have some completion feature. I don't know about Padre, but in Emacs you can press M-/ and Emacs will complete any word for you....
  • Commented on Being anti-social
    I'm an introvert, so I have less trouble with addiction to social networking sites. Nevertheless, checking Facebook, Twitter, etc has uses from time to time for seeing trends/vibes and whatnot. Just don't use them too much that it disrupts daily...
  • Commented on SSH Can Do That? Productivity Tips for Working with Remote Servers
    Thanks for this! Now pushing to github is much faster. +1 on socat....
  • Commented on Params::Validate::Dependencies and Data::Domain::Dependencies
    Just a suggestion; since Data::Domain and Params::Validate are two different frameworks, perhaps Params::Validate::Dependencies and Data::Domain::Dependencies should be two separate distributions?...
  • Commented on Test::Most and timeit()
    FWIW, Benchmark also has timeit(). But perhaps Benchmark should be updated use Time::HiRes, since the later has also been a core module since pre-5.8....
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