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  • Commented on Tool for Perl Scripting - Devel::Comments
    Or you can enableDevel::Comments when running: perl -MDevel::Comments <your script>...
  • Commented on The CPAN Book
    What would be nice to have is: * Web frameworks (including Plack / PSGI) * Event loop / Async...
  • Commented on What should be core in Perl 5.16?
    I vote for local::lib App::cpanminus (so that one can easily extend one's install). Also not mentioned otherwise Sub::Exporter Dir::Self...
  • Commented on My Frozen Perl 2011 Keynote
    My answer is how use works. It takes a namespace and translates it into a filename, then traverses @INC looking for that filename, using the first one it finds. It isn't true. Take a look at inc::latest, App::FatPacker, PAR,......
  • Commented on Looking for a Movable Type hacker
    Why not use and improve Melody, fork of Movable Type? Unless it is not useful yet......
  • Commented on Perl101: finding words in words
    You should limit your words to check for length longer than MINWORDLENGTH * 2 in a for loop, not in while loop when reading words.txt file. As it currently stands your program considers only splits into parts each of which...
  • Commented on A restructured perlvar
    line 1701: perl sets C<$!> is set to Either perl sets C<$!>, or C<$!> is set to, not both :-)...
  • Commented on A restructured perlvar
    Yes, it is fixed now. Yet another suspect thing, at beginning of "Variables related to formats" section, line 1571: The special variables for formats are a subset of those for filehandles so they have... and here it ends. So they...
  • Commented on A restructured perlvar
    You have (or had) an error around line 1522: the information about $\ got inserted into middle of description of $| variable. =item HANDLE->autoflush(EXPR) =item $OUTPUT_AUTOFLUSH =item Handle->output_record_separator EXPR =item $OUTPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR =item $ORS =item $\ X<$\> X<$ORS> X<$OUTPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR> The output...
  • Commented on A restructured perlvar
    It's just different from other header lines... but I guess it is valid (I didn't and don't know what X<...> means)....
  • Commented on A restructured perlvar
    =item ${^WIN32_SLOPPY_STAT} X<sitecustomize> X<sitecustomize.pl> looks a bit suspicious (line 830 of 'pod/perlvar.pod')...
  • Commented on Perl 101: avoid "elsif"
    tokumei: There are strings rather than code references in dispatch table because dispatch goes through invoking methods on object (those strings are method names), and because it gives us method name for logging (and not only $ondemand->service()....
  • Commented on Are the new Perl features worth anything?
    Why not fallback to (conditionally include) Switch module in 'Perl6' compatibility mode?...
  • Commented on How to write about Perl 6
    One of changes in Perl 6 is moving from regexps to grammars (backported to Perl 5 as Regexp::Grammars), so a good example would be how easy is to write a parser in Perl 6 (would it be possible to read...
  • Commented on Your Test Suite is Broken
    Can't developers run tests on their branches (on their machines) before submitting them for inclusion in trunk (master branch)? This should reduce CI failures....
  • Commented on Your Test Suite is Broken
    Wouldn't branchy development help there, i.e. branching from code known to pass tests, and having CI or maintainer merge branches and tests results of merging?...
  • Commented on Rakudo is ...
    I wonder how Rakudo Perl 6 performance compares e.g. to Ruby...
  • Commented on Perl Survey - Initial data analysis and presentation
    All the data is available on github. Where is source of this survey? And if not source, where I can find all questions that were asked: Data-PerlSurvey-2010/data/question_labels.csv does not include questions about countries, for example....
  • Commented on To Depend Or Not To Depend
    Note that $path in 'use lib $path;' must use Unix filepaths (see lib.pm documentation). This means joining with '/' as a directory separator. Did you test your solution on MS Windows or MacOS X? BTW, that is what I...
  • Commented on Introduction and API spec
    Why not parse C header files *.h for C function signature?...
  • Commented on Get the damned version
    Why not App::Module::Version? This is about 'module-version' application, not about setting version in module....
  • Commented on Gitpan Languages
    Today GitHub among Most Watched Today Perl projects include markdown-js (A Markdown parser for javascript) and Objective-C-Metaclass (A high-level metaclass system for Objective-C). Funny......
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  • Robert commented on The CPAN Book

    Is it also going to include things like CPAN::Mini?

    By the way...great idea.

  • Alberto Simões commented on The CPAN Book

    Unfortunately we can't include everything. We are trying not to include small modules, like List::Util, that are great. Aiming a print version we need to keep the number of page bellow 400/500 pages... but lets go and see.

  • Robert commented on The CPAN Book

    I would think creating a local CPAN mirror would warrant a section in there somewhere. But that is just my opinion. :)

  • Tyler Slijboom commented on Tool for Perl Scripting - Devel::Comments

    Actually, for this particular Module, -M is perfect! Thank you!

  • Edgar Klerks commented on Rakudo is ...

    I don't find the slowness a real problem. I really appreciate perl6, coding in it is a joy. It has a powerful feel to it. (The speed is a lot better now)

    It is a difficult process developing a new and innovative language.

    It is too bad that people don't appreciate the amount of work, which is put into it. Every language needs some early adopters. I hope people pick it up, it would be a pity if it vanished.

    Is there something like cpan for perl6? I couldn't find anything like it. I was planning to use perl6 for system administration scripts. It would be nice if it is…

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