Yuki Kimoto

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  • kid51 commented on I can't install perl-5.26.0-RC1 in CentOS 5.11

    Would you be able to either (a) sign up for the Perl 5 Porters mailing list send email to: or (b), using a newsreader, subscribe to the perl.perl5.porters group at

    Members of the Perl 5 Porters are working on your problem, but they need to interact with you. That will be much easier on list than here?

    Thank you very much.
    Jim Keenan

  • David Mertens commented on SPVM is released! Perl maybe become much fast.

    I see: you're tackling the same problem as rperl does, but with a different implementation approach. In fact, you're using the exact same implementation strategy as Perl itself, but focused on a strictly typed Perl-ish language. As a bonus, you're making it very easy to call from Perl (something rperl claims to do as well, without the need of a compiler after the module has been compiled once). Code written in your dialect will run faster than a pure Perl implementation because the bytecode compiler and interpreter do not have to check nearly as many corner cases. Have you toyed around with…

  • Steve Bertrand commented on berrybrew, the Perlbrew for Windows, updated to v1.13

    I hope you find it useful, Yuki!

  • Gábor Szabó - גאבור סבו commented on Introduce Perl tutorial site which write by google engineer

    I also got a spam message from them. I actually get one of those quite often. From 99guru and a few other "brand new Perl tutorial sites".

    Are we so desperate that any spammer would do?

    Yuki, I am not sure what do you expect in "evaluation" of this tutorial that is not "criticism". Do you expect people to find the good parts and talk about how wonderful it is that they explain about arrays?

    Or do you think that it is ok that they don't "use warnings", don't "use strict", use $a and $b in examples, write code like this:

    my @array=(a,b,c,d);

    don't always…

  • Dave Cross commented on Introduce Perl tutorial site which write by google engineer

    Some problems I found in the first few paragraphs.

    Perl stands in for "Practical Extraction and Reporting Language"

    No. It doesn't.

    From the list of pros:

    Used in Web development for mostly Payment Gateways.


    From the list of cons:

    You need to refer to complex library modules which are not so easy to understand

    That might, in some cases, be true. But it's really not something you should be writing in a tutorial.

    From the section on installing/updating Perl on Lin…

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