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Marc

  • About: I am a Perl developer and CPAN author. I develop software with Perl since 1996 and Perl is still one of my favorite programing languages.
  • Commented on iCPAN: Now Bigger, Faster and with Syntax Highlighting
    Wow, I did not know about this app before your blog-post here at blogs.perl.org. Thats super great! It would be perfect if you could optimize the app also for the iPad since it looks a bit tiny on the big...
  • Commented on Converting Pod to search.cpan style HTML
    Thanks for the hint! This sounds interesting. I am using Pod::ProjectDocs right now to do this, but will have a look at your module! Will you add some functionality to create an index-file as well when having many pm's in...
  • Posted How to set-up your own CPAN mirror to use Modern::Perl;

    Are you a sysadmin and you're running servers with a lot of Perl code and Perl modules installed? You are a Perl hacker, who wish to access the complete CPAN repository on his notebook even when not connected to the internet?

    Why not set-up your own CPAN-Mirror then? It's really easy.

  • Commented on Perl6::Junction
    Also, writing a comment here says "can not fork" after submitting the entry and destroys the page formatting :-/ I need to manually re-publish the entry to repair it's layout....
  • Commented on Perl6::Junction
    It seems like the scheduled auto-publish messed up the blog entry a bit. I manually re-published the page and now it looks ok to me (without changing anything on the page). Maybe the scheduler does not work as expected?...
  • Posted Perl6::Junction to use Modern::Perl;

    Today I'd like to introduce you a Perl module I really like and use a lot in my code. It's called Perl6::Junction and you can get it from CPAN.

    Please have a look what it can do for you.

  • Posted How to install Perl Modules from CPAN in the Unix user-space to use Modern::Perl;

    If you're a sysadmin or if you run a Perl software development environment, you might want to give your users or developers the possibility to install Perl modules from CPAN into their private user-space. This could be helpful for trying out new modules or playing around with modules that might…

  • Posted How to install a Perl Module from CPAN to use Modern::Perl;

    Developers and admins who are new to Perl might wonder how they can install one of the 18.000 available Perl Modules from http://search.cpan.org.

    One of the many ways to do this is to call the CPAN shell from the Unix command l…

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