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Commented on Perl 6 NativeCall: Look, Ma! I'm a C Programmer!
I wonder how is it on the Perl 5 side. If you can use Perl 6 from Perl 5 with compatibility module or Inline, then hypothetically this should work on Perl 5 too, right?...
Commented on Why I recommend using the "++" system of Metacpan
I wholeheartedly agree with this post....
Commented on Stack Overflow Considered as a Grimoire or Trove
Stackoverflow is my alchemy recipes library....
Commented on Wrapping a C shared library with Perl and XS
Thank you! This is very useful as I'm learning perlxs myself too....
Commented on The Hot New Language Named Rakudo
The Rakudo Programming Language sounds great....
Commented on Mojolicious Full and Lite apps - understanding the difference
Fantastic. Thank you for sharing. When the framework 'has 2 in 1', it will be better to have an example to demonstrate development with both, especially with identical web application. Talking about Mojolicious and Mojolicious::Lite, is this an idea from...
Commented on Perl6::Tidy initial release
this is great. More Perl 6 code that is easy to read coming in the future. :)...
DrForr commented on
Perl6::Tidy initial release
Thanks! It currently supports the basic 1-true-brace-style, Whitesmiths, Allman, GNU and a few others that aren't so common.
Buddy Burden commented on
Why I recommend using the "++" system of Metacpan
Well said. I've gone and ++'ed all the modules I regularly install on every new Perl installation I create. Thanks for the reminder.
aseric commented on
The Hot New Language Named Rakudo
There is no doubt the "Wall" in front of Perl 5 should be removed so it can proceed.
My two points:
1) For Perl
Remember Java 1.5 was marketed as Java 5 and it was easier to proceed from there on.
Similary Perl 6 can be skipped for Perl.
Perl has been in Perl 5 for very long time. The next major version should be released as Perl 7 which will give a fresh beginning and surely every perl programmer will leap in joy. (Perl 6 can be skipped similar to Java which skipped 3 and 4)
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