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  • Commented on A very easy way to create XML
    I updated XML::MyXML with a tutorial that showcases the simple_to_xml function in every possible way. You can see it here: https://metacpan.org/pod/release/KARJALA/XML-MyXML-1.02/lib/XML/MyXML.pm#simple_to_xml($simple_array_ref)...
  • Commented on A very easy way to create XML
    Saif, adding attributes in a particular element is easy by using the attr method once you create an XML::MyXML::Object object from your XML, as described in the xml_to_object function. Adding elements, and in general, manipulation, is harder (you might be...
  • Commented on A very easy way to create XML
    Toby, thanks for you input. Just so you know, [{foo => {bar => 'baz'}}] and [{foo => {bar => baz}} => undef] produce the first output, whereas {foo => {bar => baz}} produces the second. The idea is that each set of sibling elements (regardless of whether they're 1 or more than 1, and...
  • Posted A very easy way to create XML to Karjala

    Back in 1999/2000 when I was first learning Perl, I read an article by a Perl advocate in which he said he believes Perl would become the best language to do XML with. Having been impressed by Perl’s power and ease-of-use (coming from C and Pascal) I imagined how great it would be if…

  • Commented on You can import your Metacpan favorites into perlmodules.net!
    If there's anything else you with this site had, please let me know (preferably by emailing the address at the bottom of the site)....
  • Posted You can import your Metacpan favorites into perlmodules.net! to Karjala

    PerlModules.net is a website that notifies you when your favorite modules get updated, via e-mail or RSS.

    As of today, you can now import your favorites from metacpan.org into perlmodules.net.

    And if your metacpan favorites list changes in the future, no worries: the corresponding …

  • Posted Multi-user feeds in Perlmodules.net! to Karjala

    Perlmodules.net, the site that notifies you about new releases of your favorite modules, just got better for groups, with Multi-User feeds.

    If you're part of a project team, and wish to have your team members be able to view and/or modify your feed(s), as of today you can.…

  • Posted PerlModules.net now sends emails! to Karjala

    I have updated perlmodules.net with an important feature.

    PerlModules.net is a site that notifies you whenever your favorite Perl modules get updated.

    Up until now, it let you track changes to your favorite modules through an RSS reader. If you wanted to receive email updates inste…

  • Posted blogs.perl.org is broken to Karjala

    When I click on "login" from the front page and type in my username & password, I get a "Permission denied." error message. If I need to log in, I have to reset my password, and then I'm logged in.

  • Commented on New developer tool: perlmodules.net
    Philipp, I'll do your request in the next 7 days....
  • Commented on New developer tool: perlmodules.net
    Mithaldu, I just finished your request. When viewing a distribution page, you can add it to one of your personal feeds now....
  • Commented on New developer tool: perlmodules.net
    Searching for "rss email" brought up this service, which seems to work fine so far: http://blogtrottr.com/...
  • Commented on New developer tool: perlmodules.net
    I added your feature request in my ToDo list....
  • Commented on New developer tool: perlmodules.net
    I tried "Feed My Inbox" a bit, and didn't get emails for any of the updates in my RSS feed. I guess it's a problematic service. Must find an alternative....
  • Posted New developer tool: perlmodules.net to Karjala

    Hi people.

    I just developed perlmodules.net, a website that can be of use to Perl developers.

    Say you’re a Perl developer working on a project that depends on a number of modules from CPAN. Or you’re maintaining a modul…

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