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  Comment: Re:return(); (Score 1) on 2009.05.27 5:12

by kane on 2009.05.27 5:12 (#68801)
Attached to: Debugging In List Context

For less trickery with subs and call stacks and line numbers, remember your old friend 'do'!

$ perl -le'print join " ", (1, do { warn 2; () }, 3)'
2 at -e line 1.
1 3

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  Comment: For even less typing... (Score 1) on 2009.05.04 3:53

by kane on 2009.05.04 3:53 (#68441)
Attached to: Module::Install hate
use 'i *' :)
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  Comment: Documentation? (Score 1) on 2009.03.11 6:10

by kane on 2009.03.11 6:10 (#67757)
Attached to: Test::Able 0.05
Sounded interesting, but with no real documentation or README file, it's rather hard to know what it does or how it could be useful to me.
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  Comment: Re:Because it is (Score 1) on 2009.02.13 6:09

by kane on 2009.02.13 6:09 (#67338)
Attached to: Why is CPAN.pm such a pig?

CPANPLUS uses far less on my machine, but YMMV; for those strapped for ram, there's the option to use an SQLite backend.

To enable it, simply follow the following steps from the default shell:

### set SQLite as the backend
CPAN Terminal> s conf source_engine CPANPLUS::Internals::Source::SQLite

### update any dependencies (will install sqlite drivers if you need them)
CPAN Terminal> s selfupdate dependencies

### save configuration
CPAN Terminal> s save

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  Journal: Looking for a new job... on 2008.10.22 10:25

Journal by kane on 2008.10.22 10:25
User Journal
Exciting times are ahead; my wife just accepted a very interesting position with Wikia.

Our long term goal is to move to San Francisco, and Wikia will happily sponsor an L-1 visa. Unfortunately, she has to work for them for at least a year before we can apply.

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