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grantm (164)

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Just a simple [] guy, hacking Perl for fun and profit since way back in the last millenium. You may find me hanging around in the monestary [].

What am I working on right now? Probably the Sprog project [].

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grantm (164)

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BCVI 3.0 Hits CPAN , 2010.06.03 16:08 (1 comment)

My big news today is that Version 3.0 of bcvi is now available on CPAN. If you have no idea what bcvi is then you'll be pleased to know I've written ...

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I use q{}  2010.02.02 2:05 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Hint: Formatting SQL in Perl code
Not all virualisation solutions are equal  2009.12.06 15:43  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: when virtualization is too expensive
Another plus for following standards  2009.11.05 14:59 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Using CPAN's Toolchain to Improve Your Code
Is the space magic?  2009.09.30 15:20 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: ImageMagick / convert / --no-globbing!
Sounds like it would be very platform-specific  2009.09.25 4:35 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: I need some Unicode examples for Effective Perl Programming
Great Stories  2009.08.18 14:39 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Sudden involuntary cosmopolitan
Re:Git support on Sourceforge is very minimal  2009.08.24 20:19  2
Git support on Sourceforge is very minimal  2009.08.17 15:56 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Whither SourceForge?
I prefer XPath  2009.08.12 20:17 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Data::AsObject Released - Data Structures Made Easy
"Perl without threads" ?  2009.06.01 17:15 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: 148 newly installed, Do you want to continue [Y/n]?
Another example  2009.04.15 4:35 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: On simple stuff and bad religions
What are your requirements?  2009.03.21 13:45 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Any XML mod use stand-alone tree mod such as Tree::Simple?
Re:What is this reality you speak of?  2009.02.23 2:21 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: The Secret Life Of Whitespace REVEALED!
IO::Plumbing?  2009.02.12 3:09 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: I think this module should exist
It was great to have you!  2009.02.11 15:30  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Wellington Adventures
I run Linux but ...  2008.11.26 3:51  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Perl on Windows use cases
XPath is definitely what you want  2008.11.20 15:07  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Oh god, please, no.
PDF::Reuse can do Unicode  2008.11.03 18:45 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Multi-byte Unicode and PDF
Yes please.  2008.10.06 15:42  2
   attached to This Week on perl5-porters - 22-27 September 2008
Looks great  2008.09.23 16:40 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: My scalability talk at the Italian Perl Workshop 2
The MYSQL Hate is Strong in This One  2008.09.10 16:19  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Pulling the MySQL Triggers
Awesome!  2008.09.04 20:31  2
   attached to Journal Discussion: Answering "What is Moose" and "Why Moose"
Don't know if it's related or not ...  2008.08.21 5:32 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: / switch
If the $80 is still burning a hole in your pocket  2008.08.14 16:05 1 2
   attached to Journal Discussion: maybe parallels will be just fine
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