November 2014 Archives

I want Package BLOCK syntax return 1.

I want Package BLOCK syntax return 1.

package Point {
  # foo

I want This is interpreted as the following.

  package Point;

# foo


In current Perl, module need to return 1 at the end of script. But this is a little strange specification. If package BLOCK syntax return 1;, we don't need to write 1; at the end of module.

Is this difficult?

mop minus proposal

I'm creating mop-minus-proposal project on GitHub. Current experimental mop implementation need big core change. so I think writable object orientation support is needed without core change or with minimal core change.


The following is example. This is not only specification. This code work on Perl 5.20.1+. Important thing is that the following code don't use Perl source filter, such as ="…

GitPrep 1.9 release, Atom feed of commit log support, short ssl url support

I released GitPrep 1.9. You can install portable GitHub system into Unix / Linux easily. It is second major release.

Because you can install GitPrep into your own server, you can create users and repositories without limit. You can use GitPrep freely because GitPrep is free software. You can also install GitPrep into shared rental server.

GitPrep (Document and Repository)

Features added in 1.9 are:

Rstats 0.01 development release

 Recently I am creating Rstats module.

Rstats Repository

R language is the language for statistics. This project is that You can use R language feature from Perl.

You can write code in the following as same as R language.

  use Rstats;
  # Vector
  my $v1 = c(1, 2, 3);
  my $v2 = c(3, 4, 5);
  my $v3 = $v1 + v2;
  print $v3;
  # Sequence m:n
  my $v1 = ve("1:3");

# Matrix
my $m1 =…

About Yuki Kimoto

user-pic I'm Perl Programmer. I LOVE Perl. I want to contribute Perl community and Perl users.