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  • Commented on Event::Lib
    That would be a wonderful undertaking, Vladimir! Would be a shame to let Event::Lib rot....
  • Commented on Logically And Yourself (&&=)
    Good catch! &= should be used instead....
  • Commented on Revitalizing the Perl Power Tools
    Would you be interested in a bare-bones, buggy, and old vi clone from 2000? http://vip.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/vip/vip/ I can't promise that I'll be willing to fix all the bugs....
  • Commented on Method Privacy in Perl
    Sure, it does not solve the non-private method classification and designation problem. It does, however, solve the private method problem. What one needs to observe is that if a method is so private that it cannot be called from any...
  • Commented on Method Privacy in Perl
    I don't think there is a problem to begin with. If this thing is so private, is it really a method? Just call it as a function and call it a day: sub _secret_sauce { my $self = shift; ...;...
  • Commented on search.cpan.org
    I agree with BooK: I, too, see this behavior from metacpan fans. I don't think it's cool....
  • Commented on On Giving Back
    Gabor, you must have misinterpreted me somehow: I never said I expect to "get" anything or get paid for my CPAN modules outside of $job....
  • Commented on On Giving Back
    I agree: such investment would be well worth the money. I just doubt it will be made....
  • Commented on On Giving Back
    Salvador, I hear you about having no time! I am in the same boat, only recently have I found some time to clean up my RT queues a bit. (Of course, I only have 3 CPAN modules to your 100,...
  • Commented on I like you just the way you are.
    I have just re-read perl5100delta. I use // operator all the time; so I guess I was exaggerating a little. I was thinking about RT::Client::REST, which is now eight years old and should still run just fine using Perl 5.6.0....
  • Posted I like you just the way you are. to Dmitri

    Perl, I like you just the way you are. There's been some interesting features and fancy OO modules in the last ten years, but my code is still 5.6.0...

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  • brian d foy commented on Revitalizing the Perl Power Tools

    There's much to do that doesn't need great Perl skill. Most of the code is already written, so you don't have to create it. I would like to standard the code across all of the programs, and add consistent documentation to each program.

    I'll started a list of opportunities in Github Issues. If you think that there are other things you could do, add an issue.

    I'll hand out contributor access liberally, too!

  • brian d foy commented on Revitalizing the Perl Power Tools

    I'll started a list of opportunities in Github Issues. If you think that there are other things you could do, add an issue. If there's something you think you can do, work on that. If you have some ideas, add an issue.

    I'll hand out contributor access liberally, too!

  • brian d foy commented on Revitalizing the Perl Power Tools

    Well, I'd prefer that we only include working programs, so until vip isn't hugely buggy and works as advertised we can put it in there. If it has major problems, perhaps we should wait.

    I'd suggest moving it to Github anyway. It's easier to get help. Sourceforge is anti-collaboration. :(

  • Vikas Kumar commented on Event::Lib

    You may want to try AnyEvent (https://metacpan.org/pod/AnyEvent) instead. It is the best and can handle various event engines instead of tying your application to just a single event engine which is not being maintained. AnyEvent supports EV which uses libev which should work the same way as libevent.

  • Vladimir Lettiev commented on Event::Lib

    I've prepared repository with maintanance release (1.04) https://github.com/vlet/p5-Event-Lib
    I'll appreciate any feedback.

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