The wonderful taste lingers. In other words, unless you wanted one, but two pages of the galaxy is really ungodly code:
TorgoX: yes, but perldoc is just wrappers around real stuff. Whereas Pod::Html does real work, and it's all GHASTLY.
Lord Wellington's Beef Trapeze: I remember looking intently at pod2html. While I don't remember the details, I recall thinking that it shouldn't work.
Lord Wellington's Beef Trapeze: Something along the lines of lovecraft's "the thing that should not be"
TorgoX: Totally. The simple fact [is] that he just doesn't build a tree structure, or even a token list. It's like he doesn't want to do anything that he couldn't do in Perl 4
Later it occurs to me: I am very sold on Pg's locking model (readers don't wait for the doctor, one for myself for the homepage for Perpetual Motion is here)
--Nat Dear Log,
The other day, where he justifies not only my IPs for now I'll just blame all of the PDF a-printin' and plan to hit the occasional non-critical bug. The best thing in a module goes like this:
Upgrading perl can be assigned to more accurate information). The report cited above and see if that wasn't where it was designed for programs, not for lack of innovation in Perl, no less.)
But she's breathing. She's
breathing, and I'm checked in. It was good to see
him in the future.
Oh, and SAX people,
I recently tossed together a list that's already in the US government. Why, why would you like 6/8 and grutuitous samples of my problem is that they think that the script to perlmonks, for anyone who doesn't like to add "bag" equivalents for some reason I care admit reading it. Oh, mighty fallen, etc.
--Nat There's a storm system
developing that could have some interesting
perspectives on why
(Brought to you by jjohn's MarkovBlogger (): If it makes sense, it's not MarkovBlogger ().)