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  • brian d foy commented on A quick static file webserver

    The render_static was deprecated in the middle of the Mojolicious 5 evolution and is now reply->static:

    #!/usr/bin/env perl
    
    use Mojolicious::Lite;
    
    use Cwd;
    app->static->paths->[0] = getcwd;
    
    any '/' => sub {
      shift->reply->static('index.html');
    };
    
    app->start;
    
  • Makoto Nozaki commented on RFC: Perl software of the year award

    I got this comment by email from Joel Roth.

    Some forum to showcase interesting perl apps seems like a great idea.

    I'm aware that most distributions through CPAN are libraries
    rather than apps. Perl apps don't get much exposure compared
    to a library, which is used, tested, bug reported, blogged
    about and patched by an army of downstream programmers.

    Some love for the apps will be a win for them and show up
    the many strengths of the perl ecosystem and community.

    For example, my story.

    I've written a lightweight digital audio…

  • mocnii commented on RFC: Perl software of the year award

    One example of CPAN library getting Application of the year award (outside of Perl community) is MySQL::Sandbox (work of GMAX - MySQL expert and long time Perl programmer).
    Why: MySQL Sandbox is a flexible tool that helps to install, test, and dispose of MySQL versions quickly and painlessly. It has been available since 2005, and it is kept up-to-date …

  • Ron Savage commented on The newly-released Regexp::Assemble V 0.36

    Thanx Book, but he has not replied to anyone for a l-o-n-g time. See:
    https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=85686

  • Makoto Nozaki commented on RFC: Perl software of the year award

    Thanks all for the feedback. I have opened the discussion with the TPF steering committee and TPF President separately.

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