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BooK (2612)

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Obfuscation [plover.com]. Pink [axis-of-aevil.net]. HTTP::Proxy [cpan.org]. YEF [yapceurope.org]. Fishnet [perl.org]. Kapow [cpan.org]. Cog's [perl.org] bitch [cpan.org]. Invitation [perl.org]. White [perl.org] Camel [perl.org]. Nuff' said.

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Friday January 14, 2005
03:50 AM

Clank-est! Powie!! Eee-yow!!!

[ #22710 ]

Finally! I've uploaded my first Acme:: module on CPAN!

As I said in Kapow! Zamm!! Splatt!!!, I've abandonned the boring foo, bar, baz for the more dynamic, exciting and let's admit it kitsch sound effects from the Batman serial from the sixties. But it looks like I always use the three or four same ones, maybe because I'm a bear of very little brain.

So I asked Perl to help me. Enters Acme::MetaSyntactic, which randomly returns an item in one of a few predefined lists.

Future version might include more item generation algorithms. After all, the Shadok vocabulary is a base-4 system, so Acme::MetaSyntactic should be able to return not only ga, bu, zo and meu, but also gabu, meuzo and gagazo.

And did I mention that the test suite achieves 100% coverage?

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