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Robert Acock

  • About: I blog about Perl.
  • Commented on I want to display NA instead of UNKKONW in CPAN Testers
    Then decides to look at your link - Argument "8.0_beta" isn't numeric in numeric lt (...
  • Commented on I want to display NA instead of UNKKONW in CPAN Testers
    Die inside your Makefile, doesn't have to be in a BEGIN block. For example if I wanted a module only to work for macOS then: die "OS unsupported" unless $^O eq 'darwin';...
  • Commented on C::Blocks Advent Day 1
    David Mertens++....
  • Commented on I create "Perl Tweet Timeline News" Web site
    Takes back previous comment, improvements....
  • Commented on I create "Perl Tweet Timeline News" Web site
    Just a thought, because I don't think the content returned via twitter is actually that useful. What you could do... is search for the links and generate some content from them title, description ect. Majority of modern web sites(blogs) support...
  • Commented on Social Media Meta Tags
    I should add thank you to those that have emailed me some feedback, It's appreciated and I'll take it forward in my next release....
  • Commented on Social Media Meta Tags
    Hey Ron, I submitted a post to prepan back on the 12/12/2015 you can find it here... http://prepan.org/module/nY8EjAnEF8c like many other posts on prepan it has no comments and no feedback. I apologise for my lack of proof reading....
  • Commented on Social Media Meta Tags
    Hey Dudes, I know you're all really busy and probably care very little about this module. But I'm a junior developer who really wants to learn and improve. What I was hoping from this post was at least some critical...
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