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Saturday September 27, 2008
04:39 PM


[ #37557 ]

Looking at my module namespaces, I see that I've uploaded in 13 different beginning letters. Now I need to get the other 13.

I need to figure out how to make modules beginning with E, G, I, J, K, Q, R, U, V, W, X, Y, Z. The end of the alphabet is feeling a bit neglected.

G is for Geo::, so that's just something I need to finish and upload.

For U, I've been thinking about writing some sort of USB Thumb drive file read/write speed tester. Too bad that belongs in something like Device::*

For X, I guess I'll have to make something in the XML namespace.

Y, huh, maybe something in YAML.

I haven't thought too much about the other letters.

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  • Hm! I would need I J U V W X Y Z

    W and U are easy, and sort of already in the queue. X for XML might be natural. I just don't know about I, J, V, or Z. There's I18N and Image and IO and IPC and IRC. JavaScript and JSON. Variable and Version and Vim. Z is sort of a crapshoot.

    • Z is for Zcode or Zmachine, which I found to be a very nice descriptive language :)

      • Hm! It'd be cool to write a ZSCII encoder, but then I'd want to put it under Encode. :-/

        I can't see myself writing much else for the Z-machine. Maybe ZMachine::Info.

  • E for English - add support for different dialects of, such as English::Pirate.

    And X is for X11, not XML.

  • ... are a sick little man.