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Macintosh owner/user since 1987
Perl hacker since 2000
Linux (Redhat/Fedora) user since 2001

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Tuesday August 05, 2003
06:07 PM

Time::Elapse updated to 1.22

[ #13932 ]

Added some new tests cases, fixed up some of the old ones, moved stuff into the t/ directory now, fixed a minor bug in the here-doc syntax, and bumped the version requirement for Time::HiRes to take advantage of the numerous bugfixes for it.

I'm wondering if this is worth releasing on CPAN at all. Does anyone think there would be people who would find this useful?

The source and whatnot can be found here.

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  • Compared to some stuff on CPAN, this seems extremely nice!
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    • Thanks! I honestly hadn't expected that. It was just a quick hack I threw together at some point after reading Damian Conway's Object Oriented Perl book, when I had a desire to see how quickly a certain test suite I'd written was running on a regular basis. I refined it slowly over time into its present form, and I do appreciate your approval :)

      There's a few other 'usefuls' on my website if you're curious: WebDragon.net [webdragon.net]

      As always any constructive feedback to help me keep improving things, is greatly ap