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Joel Berger

  • Website: github.com/jberger
  • About: As I delve into the deeper Perl magic I like to share what I can.
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  • Yuki Kimoto commented on I want Package BLOCK syntax return 1.

    fluca1978

    >I guess you assume that every package is going into a separate file.

    No, package Foo { ...; 1;} package Bar { ...; 1;} have no problem.

    >While I cannot see a problem with that (from a practical point of view), I don't see a reason for having it too.

    My point is that 1; is strange specification and people tend to forget to write 1;. so I want to hide this strange specification in some way.

  • Yuki Kimoto commented on I want Package BLOCK syntax return 1.

    Brad

    I use true module in mop::minus. This seem to be good.
    https://github.com/yuki-kimoto/mop-minus-proposal

  • hobbs.cleverdomain.org commented on The sad story of pseudohash criticism

    Maybe someday the extent of your feigned respect will even go so far that you'll bother to spell his fucking name right.

  • brian d foy commented on The sad story of pseudohash criticism

    To be fair, mjd is often purposefully provocative and he commits to his idea to get people to think deeply about what they are doing. However, I think he's fairly well behaved in this talk and I don't see the same thing you do.

    I think the key part of his talk is that comparing relative speeds of two things in a single perl release isn't the right thing to do if they are both slower than one of the things in a previous release. His philosophical point merely uses this piece of Perl history.

    But then, I've given some pretty stupid talks I regret too. :)

  • Kivanc Yazan commented on My Attempt at CPAN PR Challenge for 01/2015

    Thank you for your comment! I'll try to do my best!

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