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Ivan Bessarabov

  • Commented on Making git bisect more useful
    Thank your for the post! I was using git bisect (and some time ago I was using svn bisect — https://metacpan.org/release/App-SVN-Bisect) But after I have started using Jenkins for private project and Travis for open source project I have never...
  • Commented on My Favourite Test::* Modules
    Thank you very much for the module Test::LongString! This is exactly what I needed (and before finding it I haven't understood that I need it =)....
  • Commented on blogs.perl.org and https
    ugexe, yes this is what i do =) I'm sure that in the modern world evey site should use https, so lets make blogs.perl.org a bit better place — it is easy =)...
  • Posted blogs.perl.org and https to Ivan Bessarabov

    I'm living in Moscow, Russian. Here we have Underground, a rapid transit system. Recently there appeared free WiFi. You just need to connect some WiFi spot, then accept the Licence agreement and you can use Internet.

    Yesterday I've opened blogs.perl.org at my mobile phone and here is what …

  • Commented on pause.cpan.org is not working. Does somebody know something?
    I like "CPAN Once a Week" contest =) Are there any details about it?...
  • Commented on pause.cpan.org is not working. Does somebody know something?
    Thank you, Neil. After your link everything is clear....
  • Posted pause.cpan.org is not working. Does somebody know something? to Ivan Bessarabov

    Yesterday I wanted to upload d new release to CPAN, but I could not do it because http://pause.cpan.org/ is down.

    This site is still down.

    There are several posts on twitter, so it is just me:

    * https://tw…

  • Commented on The beauty of CSV
    This is very interesting idea, thank you! When I work with CSV I always meet the same problem. There is no strict standard for CSV and CSV stadard differ a lot. Sometimes there is "\n" for new lines and sometimes...
  • Commented on Test::Whitespaces
    @confuseAcat, I want to thank you again for your bug report. =) Today I have released new version of Test::Whitespaces 1.0.0 that output all errors not only when started with `prove -v`, but also when you run `prove` without `-v`....
  • Commented on Test::Whitespaces
    > There is also Test::NoTabs and Test::Tabs (mine) on CPAN. Great! Thank you! There was link to Test::NoTabs in the "SEE ALSO" section, I've added link to your module Test::Tabs https://github.com/bessarabov/Test-Whitespaces/commit/d40d2eb0acf0f68994a3a7f06cc2cde4a99c19c3...
  • Commented on Test::Whitespaces
    > Running the test script from the synopsis using prove doesn't output anything helpful Thank you for finding this issue! You will certainly see information about errors if you run `prove -v t/Whitespace.t`. I'm not sure if there should be...
  • Commented on Test::Whitespaces
    > It doesn't check for code formatting, but Test::EOL and Dist::Zilla::Plugin::EOLTests checks for trailing whitespaces and for tabs. Thank you Ether. Yes, Test::Whitespaces works on the same problem as Test::EOL. And Test::EOL is in the "SEE ALSO" section of Test::Whitespaces...
  • Commented on Test::Whitespaces
    > Isn't Perl::Tidy a better choice for this? You can also make Perl::Critic check the tidiness... Yes, you are 100% correct. Perl::Tidy and Perl::Critic can solve some whitespaces errors. Test::Whitespaces has this advantages: Test::Whitespaces is much easier than Perl:Tidy and...
  • Posted Test::Whitespaces to Ivan Bessarabov

    Perl is very flexible in may ways including whitespaces. Perl does not force you to use tab or spaces. The script works fine no matter if it has DOS or UNIX line breaks.

    But there are some good practices. I preffer these rules:

    • every line ends with "\n" (including the last li…
  • Commented on Perl Calltrace
    Or lib::abs http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?lib::abs...
  • Commented on $#boo
    I personally sometimes use `scalar @foo` and sometimes `$#foo`, because it return different values: my @foo = 1..3; say scalar(@foo); # 3 say $#foo; # 2...
  • Commented on $#boo
    Yes, the `#` is the Number Sign, but this is not a great explanation. $#boo means last element index, not the numbers of elements....
  • Posted $#boo to Ivan Bessarabov

    As we all know $#boo returns the last index of array @boo.

    It is clear why we have the prefixes '$' and '@' ('$' is like the first
    letter of the word 'scalar' and the '@' is like the first letter of the word
    'array').

    But is it unclear why there is '#' after the dollar …

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