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Peter Rabbitson

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  • Sawyer X commented on Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: June 16th-21st

    1. The comment, if wrong, is not deliberate. I'm sorry to have to *actually* Google the exact meaning of "lie" (because people like throwing this word around). Here it is:

    "A false statement made with *deliberate intent* to deceive; an *intentional* untruth;" [Emphasis mine.]

    This means that, if it was wrong *and* deliberate (it might be wrong, it is *not* deliberate), it is a lie. You can stop using that word now. (Not that I assume you would...)

    2. The phrasing in the blog post you link to is inaccurate and misleading. (Not on purpose, I'm sure. No, I'm not sarcasti…

  • Yuki Kimoto commented on Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: June 16th-21st

    Sawyer X

    thanks for your reply.

    I understand whether if Coro will work well in Perl 5.26.


    Peter Rabbitson

    I had questions about only Coro. Sawyer X reply about it politely. Please don't blame him.

  • Ovid commented on Seeing the SQL in DBIx::Class

    Peter, I'm going to shoot myself now.

    That really needs to be in the FAQ and highlighted in the manuals, including the troubleshooting one, rather than the offhand mention in the "Subqueries" section.

  • JT Smith commented on Seeing the SQL in DBIx::Class

    Thanks for the as_query recommendation Peter. I never knew that existed either. Saved me a lot of time today.

  • Dave Jacoby commented on Seeing the SQL in DBIx::Class

    I put this aside, because the important my-query-is-slow problem wasn't urgent.

    I don't think the ->as_query() comment was there when I did so.

    Glad I waited. Thanks, Peter.

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