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Ovid (2709)

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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

Journal of Ovid (2709)

Wednesday June 22, 2005
03:02 PM

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AI::Prolog, while certainly not my most widely used module, is perhaps my most appreciated. I've other modules that are far more popular, but no other module has resulted in so many emails from programmers thanking me for the "fun" they're having.

I, in turn, thank you. Your response is the reason I release things open source.

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  • Oh, I like the HTML::TokeParser::Simple [cpan.org] module plenty (although it's not that funny).

    I had to install it today to run a script that extracts the Wiki pages with our CodingStandard and CodingPractices into a Word document (using Win32::Word::Writer [cpan.org]) we can send to external developers.
    • Thanks. That one is probably my most used module. It's interesting how that expanded from a single module into an entire collection of them, yet still wound up being easier to maintain.