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jhorwitz
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System administrator, Perl hacker, author of "Unix System Management Primer Plus" (SAMS 2003), mod_parrot, extproc_perl, Authen::Krb4, Authen::Krb5.

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Monday December 29, 2003
01:58 PM

Greek Letter Release

[ #16538 ]
After months of hacking away at my poor keyboard, I've finally released the first beta of extproc_perl 2.0! Also known affectionately as 1.99_04 -- I guess I like mod_perl's way of asymptotically approaching 2.0. ;-) From the pending freshmeat announcement:

This is the first beta release of extproc_perl 2.0. Major changes include the addition of a configuration file, easier installation and relink procedures, definition of internal procedures in the "Perl" PL/SQL package, support for non-VARCHAR2 Oracle datatypes, support for "IN OUT" and "OUT" parameters, partitioned code parsing, user-defined destructors, and a major cleanup and optimization of all code. The website has also been updated to include a comprehensive user's guide.

Check it out at http://www.smashing.org/extproc_perl. The examples and user's guide are a good place to start.

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  • This is a spectacular thing to be releasing! I knew this was theoretically possible, but didn't know anyone was doing it.

    I'd like to mention that your website has some odd issues with Gecko, at least in Mozilla Firebird.

    --
    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
    • i guess you never saw the 1.0 release then. :)

      problems with firebird, eh? i'll check it out.

    • woohoo, it works in mozilla now too. how silly of me not to declare my SPAN tags as block elements...did i mention i hate style sheets? :)
      • Heh; thanks. For the software, more than for the web tweak. :)

        --
        J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers