Ever seince I started using a Chromebook I have been interested in the concept of cloud-based IDEs for development. I am disappointed with Codenvy.com's lack of Perl support in their runtime containers and IDE, but it's technically possible to develop Perl apps on their platform.
I recently heard about Koding.com. I signed up and was delighted to discover native Perl support in both their default runtime container and IDE; with support for syntax highlighting and code completion. I cloned an existing Git repository, and I felt almost like I was working in a normal linux environment…
Don't believe what you read on the Internet.
Despite what Wikipedia says - Wikipedia's List of tools for static code analysis - Perl has plenty of tools for static code analysis.
e.g. Perl::Critic and Perl::Tidy
Let's fix this. Anyone a Wikipedia editor?
Perl FTW (open source implementation of Apple AirPort Express)
However, there is one big drawback to logadm. Whenever it runs, it stores a timestamp for each log it rolls in the logadm configuration file itself. I'll leave it to the reader to question the sanity of this.
/var/adm/messages -C 4 -a 'kill -HUP `cat /var/run/syslog.pid`'
Is changed to:
/var/adm/messages -C 4 -P 'Sat Apr 09 21:…
JT Smith and his crew have created a massively multiplayer online game called the Lacuna Expanse. The game is great, but the coolest part is that the back-end is written entirely with Perl!
JT unveiled the game and the underlying technology at the latest Madison Perl Mongers meeting.