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kaare

  • About: I blog about Perl and stuff.
  • Commented on Padre is now on Github
    I think that Gabor is keeping the old svn for some time, but the idea is that it's closed for updates. I don't know if he's gotten around to it yet. The issues will be tracked in Github in the...
  • Commented on Padre is now on Github
    boris, Thanks for your comment. The link you give is really to the Padre distribution, which is only one out of 99 repositories. There are support distributions, plugins, etc also, I'll admit Padre is the central one, but the main...
  • Posted Padre is now on Github to kaare

    Perhaps you remember Padre, The Perl IDE. It was started around 5 years ago, had a lot of development, and ended up being a quite decent programmer's editor.

    Alas it's been suffering from lack of care for a couple of years now. Not because of lack of need or interest, but because nobody se…

  • Posted Role::REST::Client and hash key randomization to kaare

    Role::REST::Client is a small module to be used as a Moose role. It will enable your module to call REST services in a clean, transparent way.…

  • Posted REST authentication to kaare

    A week ago or so, I wrote about the new Role::REST::Client.

    This is just a short note to tell that it now does ="http://search.cpan.org/dist/Ro…

  • Posted Divide and Conquer to kaare

    At least that's the goal. I've split Catalyst::Model::REST in two, so there's a new Role::REST::Client as well as the original distribution.

    Originally I started CMR because I needed to access some REST services from a Catalyst application. There was nothing useful around, so I wrote a sim…

  • Commented on Unexpected PITA progress
    The "original design draft" on pitatesting.org is stale....
  • Posted Cph.pm celebrated CPAN's birthday to kaare

    We held our monthly (almost...) meeting on the last Wednesday of the month instead of the last Tuesday, because it supposedly is CPAN's 16 year birthday.

    Being a round birthday (choosing the right base notation), we celebrated with chips, sandwiches and drinks, kindly provided by ="…

  • Commented on Moving my Perl presence to blogs.perl.org
    Welcome! Hope you will have a nice stay here....
  • Commented on My Talks from YAPC::Europe 2011
    The two links to your talks are dead....
  • Commented on Welcome to Perl Node Interface
    Looks nice. Some real-world examples would help. What do you use it for? What do you think it could be used for?...
  • Commented on To switch or not to switch - The MySQL Question
    While it may be true that you can compare MySQL and PostgreSQL if you only want them as data stores, there's no doubt which one wins if you'd like to push functionality into the database. Btw, the count() problem is...
  • Commented on Joining blogs.perl.org
    Hi Zak Welcome to blogs.perl.org. Looking forward to see your postings in the future :-)...
  • Commented on What's new in Perl 5.14
    Very nice overview. I really like vstrings now! :-)...
  • Posted Nordic Perl Workshop 2011 to kaare

    I just learned that Nordic Perl Workshop 2011 will take place in Malmö on June 18 and 19.

    NPW 2011 page

    As it's just across Øresund from Copenhagen, I'll definitely be there. I hope you will too!

  • Commented on Welcome Perl !
    Welcome. I hope you will have a pleasant trip!...
  • Commented on Webserver Golf
    "Golf, as I truly despise the game; a game so dull Volkswagen felt motivated to name a car after it." Wrong. The Golf name is derived from the German word for Gulf Stream — and the period in its history...
  • Commented on Hello, world!
    I can't find code prettyprint for comments in MT, so #!/usr/bin/env perl use 5.010; use strict; use warnings; say "Welcome!";...
  • Posted My 2010 to kaare

    Tradition tells us to look back and forward when a year turns. And this year I choose to be a traditionalist.
    It's been a remarkable year for me, Work- and Perl Wise. I had the opportunity to work with two great companies with both skilled and devoted coworkers.

  • Commented on First Post in here
    A warm welcome to you!...
  • Commented on Killing Yacc: 1, 2 & 3
    Hey! It wasn't Lee Van Cleef who hated the Clint. Lee was just in it for the money. Eli Wallach, having been cheated by The Clint, was the one with the grudge....
  • Commented on Not A Post
    Depending on its type...
  • Commented on Moving my blog from use.perl.org
    Welcome!...
  • Posted DBIx-Class and database schemas in PostgreSQL to kaare

    Database schemas are a little like packages in Perl, they provide namespace. If you have a database with dozens, or even hundreds of tables, you really like to divide them into logical groups.

    In PostgreSQL you do like this

    CREATE SCHEMA <db_schema>…
  • Posted Catalyst::Model::REST to kaare

    So, I was looking for a Cat model to access REST services the other day. I couldn't find one so I decided to write it. With the latest release it should be pretty usable.

    If you need to access a REST service from your Catalyst…

  • Commented on Amsterdam
    Welcome to the Continent, Ovid....
  • Commented on use.perl refugee
    Welcome :-)...
  • Posted My first perl6 code to kaare

    Like everybody else, I've been reading about Perl6, lurking in #perl6 and just trying to keep up with the progress. But in real life, most of us need to turn out Perl5 code for a living. Of course, we love it (well, I do), but it could be fun to have at least a line or two of Perl6 code under the…

  • Commented on Depth-first nodetree
    After I had a look on the other solutions, I can see that my reply is, well, inaccurate. Theoretically, having PostgreSQL find the data sets dynamically might give a slightly longer response time. That's theoretical. I really doubt you will...
  • Commented on Depth-first nodetree
    No, I don't have any hard numbers, but I would expect the recursive solution to perform better than any solution where you have to use an external language....
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