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Allison (3003)

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Sunday July 27, 2003
02:47 AM

Free Time

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I had completely free day today. The first in about oh.... 9 months? Maybe more? I decided to do something fun.

I setup Combust with a (proxied) working test site for all the perl.org sites, converted my business site to using Template::Toolkit with an Apache::Template handler (it was static html until now, under the principle of "do the simplest thing that could possibly work"), and compiled subversion.

What can I do now? Oh right, sleep...

Every day should be like this. :)

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  • That has got to be the best definition of "Something Fun" I have ever heard.
  • TT is a small templating language that's pretty straight-forward. Someone without a perl background should be able to modify those pages without much difficulty. The plugin system is simple, so that when you need the power of Perl, you can get it without a lot of pain. In fact, typical OO-style perl modules can be used in TT without modification.

    I'm surprised that subversion has become so popular. I think I'll wait a little longer before moving away from CVS. I suspect subversion may a few frightening