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  • JackTX commented on Using jqGrid with Catalyst: Tutorial with Examples for Newbies

    Thank you for your blog it was very helpful. I encountered a couple of problems some were mine somewhere changes over time. jqGrid did not seem to be able to use jquery-1.9 or above. So, I downgraded.

  • Verify that the user that connects to the DB can access the DB on the mysql server. For some reason, I could use the mysql command line to reach the server with my root user, but I could not get it to work with the code. I used another user with the code and it worked fine. I still don't know why I had to change users.

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  • Ether commented on Removing Boilerplate with Import::Into
  • Mike Friedman commented on Removing Boilerplate with Import::Into

    Even with experimental.pm you would still have to include the declaration in every file. Since Import::Into lets me declare everything just once, it didn't seem worth it to pull in an extra CPAN dependency to do the equivalent of use feature; no warnings.

  • Olivier Mengué (dolmen) commented on Removing Boilerplate with Import::Into

    @davewood: use experimental qw< signatures postderef >;

  • Davs commented on Asynchronous Task Distribution with AnyEvent and ZeroMQ

    No, on the contrary, I like it. Right now i have a similar setup, but the workers are themselves looking into the DB (locking the table while doing that) for jobs to execute.. I guess it won't scale very well..but your one-server-many-workers approach is very interesting and I'll probably implement it as soon as we hit performance issues.

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