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  • 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 …
  • Randal L. Schwartz commented on Something New Every Day

    Clever!

  • Konstantin Uvarin commented on MVC::Neaf - Not Even A (Web Application) Framework

    Thanks, good point! Going along with the rest of Plack:: and getting all the good stuff for free is a good idea. Somehow I overlooked it.

    I think I'll move in that direction somewhere after v.0.20 and only leave the core in this distro. E.g. form handling modules have nothing to do with Neaf's internals.

  • Sergey Kolychev commented on Machine learning in Perl, Part3: Deep Convolutional Generative Adversarial network

    Hi domm,
    Your contribution is welcome on github :-) On serious note though, I try to keep non core dependencies of this project to absolute necessities only.

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