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Posted Migrating 76 tables out of MS-SQL. Thanks DBIx::Class! to jhannah @ Mutation Grid
Just another day at the office moving databases into MySQL. 10 lines of DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader make_schema_at() and I'm done. :)
Unfortunately today the table names "Order" and "Service-tier2" blow up:
Bad table or view 'Order', i…
Posted FIXED: DBICSL can't 'can' to jhannah @ Mutation Grid
One of my client's schemas contains a table which contains a column named 'can'. In his context this is a convenient abbreviation for 'Client Access Number'. In Perl however,
->can()is already spoken for. Since…
- Posted Another Catalyst website goes live (ActivityMD) to jhannah @ Mutation Grid
.change()event tied to bar works as I expected, but baz is a global variable.
Posted Large Hadron Collider - data crunching in Nebraska to jhannah @ Mutation Grid
Last week The Linux Journal published this excellent article written by Carl Lundstedt of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln which details many ways Linux / open source is used around the world by scientists working on…
Commented on Using blogs.perl.org
Ovid: Thanks! Robert: When you're creating a new post there's a Format: selection just above and to the right of the WYSIWYG box. The default is 'Convert Line Breaks'. Just switch that to 'Markdown'. :)...
Posted Perl, Selenium, and ASP.NET to jhannah @ Mutation Grid
I've done a lot of web scraping with Perl over the years, but I hadn't experienced anything quite like the "Next page" link that ASP.NET threw at me this week. The opposite of REST, ASP.NET's
ctlPagePlaceHoldermakes the simplest navigation beyond the reach of
Posted One-liner XML / Perl / JSON to jhannah @ Mutation Grid
castawayblew my mind this morning in
Convert an XML file to Perl data structure:
perl -MXML::Simple -MData::Dumper -le'print Dumper XMLin("foo.xml")'
Posted Using blogs.perl.org to jhannah @ Mutation Grid
I stumbled into blogs.perl.org last night. Here's a couple "quick start" tips for using this install of Movable Type Pro:
(1) Code blocks. If you choose Format: Markdown, leave a blank line, indent text with 4 spaces, then another blank line
you will get…
Posted Overlapping regex matches to jhannah @ Mutation Grid
irc.perl.org #perl-helpposed a good question tonight. Why does this only find some of the matches?
my $sequence = "ggg atg aaa tgt tcc cgg taa atg aat gcc cgg gaa ata tag cct gac ctg a"; $sequence =~ tr/ //d; print "Input sequ…
Aristotle commented on
Additionally, you can go to Preferences → Entry, and under Text Formatting, select that you want Markdown (or some other format choice) to be selected by default, so that you don’t have to switch it manually every time.
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