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  • Commented on On YAML and YAML::XS inconsistencies
    try toml, it's great...
  • Commented on Article: Installation of Image::Magick under Debian
    or, use Alien::ImageMagick, which does all this for you. https://metacpan.org/pod/Alien::ImageMagick The way I see it is, Image::Magick is for the distro maintainers, and Alien::ImageMagick is for those of use who don't want the distro perl...
  • Commented on Hacktoberfest
    We're having a hackathon on Net::AMQP::RabbitMQ on Oct 11th, if anyone is interested there's a whole bunch of tickets and I'm sure it would count towards Hacktoberfest! https://github.com/net-amqp-rabbitmq/net-amqp-rabbitmq/issues It is an XS module, but there's not just XS work to...
  • Commented on cperl-5.22.1 released
    Looks very interesting. how do you plan on versioning? e.g. if it's based on perl-5.22.1, and you release cperl-5.22.1, but then need to make fixes etc, would it be cperl-5.22.1.1? Also is it stable/production ready? I've not had a chance...
  • Commented on File::Slurp is broken and wrong
    +1 for Path::Tiny...
  • Commented on Please don't use ::Tiny unless it meets the ::Tiny criteria, thanks!
    you're not the cpan police...
  • Commented on search.cpan.org
    use metacpan.org...
  • Commented on Arrow Operator Shenanigans
    i saw that and thought, makes sense. then i wondered why i'd never thought of it....
  • Commented on Idea: perl community homepage
    I'm in. I can't do much at the moment becuase I'm finishing off 2 years of backpacking, but around june that'll be over so I can help out. I can do coding or hosting or both, terrible at design though!...
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