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  • Sterling Hanenkamp commented on P6SGI: Smack the Reference Implementation

    John, P6SGI is not intended to be a direct port of PSGI. So far, it resembles PSGI, but all applications must be implemented using asynchronous Promises and Supply objects.

    I'm reading through your gist regarding PSGI and I will see what I can do to address these issues. Please feel free to file issues against P6SGI on github.

    Just a quick response to your concerns:

    (1) I think we can require that servers that provide buffering allow for buffering to be disabled. I'm not sure how best to accomplish that, either with your proposed environment or something else. I've c…

  • Sterling Hanenkamp commented on P6SGI: Smack the Reference Implementation

    By the way, thanks all for the comments. I hope to be giving a talk about P6SGI at the Pittsburgh Perl Workshop, assuming everything works out on my schedule, and you're giving me lots of material to work with.

  • john napiorkowski commented on A Date with CPAN, Part 2: Target First, Aim Afterwards

    "My preliminary poking around indicates I should be able to handle dates from 1-Jan-1000 to 31-Dec-2899, which is a pretty big range. But there’s still a lot of time outside that range."

    LOL, dude that's pretty much ALL of time outside that range :)

    Sorry, couldn't help myself, being a Dr Who fan and all. Best of luck!

  • Christian Hansen commented on A Date with CPAN, Part 2: Target First, Aim Afterwards

    First, I would like to apology for my first message, it came out a lot harsher than I intended!

    Just because Time::Piece is in core doesn't mean it's stable! Time::Piece has several quirks:

    Time::Piece->strptime() parses any given string as being in the UTC/GMT regardless if the format string contains the conversion specifiers %z or %Z.

    Time::Piece->strptime() is hardcoded to use the C locale while Time:Piece->strftime() subjective to the locale.

    If you still want to use Time::Piece as a base, I encourage you to use Time::Piece internally and delegate to it…

  • Buddy Burden commented on A Date with CPAN, Part 2: Target First, Aim Afterwards

    Thanks again to everyone for more great comments!  Once again, I’m going to answer everyone’s thoughts here in one post; hopefully that’s okay.

    First, Christian Hansen, author of Time::Piece, added 3 comments.  Let’s start with the last first:

    First, I would like to apology for my first message, it came out a lot harsher than I intended!

    Well, it did sound a bit harsh.  But I’ll try to address your concerns without taking offense. :-)

    You cannot parse an arbitrary date or …
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