Exception::Stringy - Modern exceptions for legacy code

cross-posted from dams blog

Exception::Stringy - Modern exceptions for legacy code

A small recap of Perl exceptions

Basic Usage Of Exceptions

In Perl, exceptions are a well known and widely used mechanism. It is an old feature that has been enhanced over time. At the basic level, exceptions are triggered by the keyword die. Exceptions were initially used as a way to stop the execution of a program in case of a fatal error. The too famous line…

Perl Redis Mailing List

cross-posted from dams blog

Perl Redis Mailing List

This is going to be a short post. I'm the new maintainer of Redis.pm, the most used Redis Perl client. Pedro Melo was the previous maintainer, but due to Real Life, he is unable to continue. I'd like to thank him for all his efforts so far in maintaining and improving this module. I hope I'll be able to achieve the same level of quality. Pedro will actually stay around for a while, watching over my shoulder and giving his opinion…

p5-mop, a gentle introduction

I guess that you've heard about p5-mop by now.

Moose into the core of Perl. Moose provides a Meta Object Protocol (MOP) to Perl. So does p5-mop, however p5-mop is implemented in a way that it can be properly included in the Perl core.

Keep in mind that p5-mop goal is to implement a subset of Moose. As Stevan Little says:

We are not putting "Moose into the core" because Moose is too opinionated, instead we want to put a minimal and l…

MooX::LvalueAttribute - improved

cross-posted from dams blog

MooX::LvalueAttribute - improved

New and Improved!

Just a quick note to mention that following Mike Doherty's bug report, I've released a new version of MooX::…

New And Improved: Bloomd::Client

cross-posted from dams blog

New And Improved: Bloomd::Client

New and Improved!

thanks to @yenzie for the picture :P