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

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Wednesday March 24, 2004
12:51 PM

Sub::Uplevel

[ #18047 ]

Michael Schwern, you have made my morning.

Updated WWW:Mechanize this AM and decided to install some of the other modules it mentions during the testing phase but doesn't outright require.

Having seen Tcl's uplevel() in the past, I was curious, so I went to perldoc Sub::Uplevel, and was greeted by some rather humorous content, like:

If this code frightens you you should not use this module.

and:

HISTORY
Those who do not learn from HISTORY are doomed to repeat it.
The lesson here is simple: Don't sit next to a Tcl programmer at the dinner table.

In a word: "heh" :D

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