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koschei (147)

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Um. Me. Iain Truskett. Can be found as either Spoon or Koschei around the place, and as Braxiatel in rare circumstances. Um. Cool. Ta.

My perl svn repository [dellah.org] if you want bits of code by me. Also see dellah.org [dellah.org] for most of them in action.

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Journal of koschei (147)

Saturday November 22, 2003
08:43 AM

faq.perl.org search

[ #15939 ]

Actually, the subject is a lie.

Google, for some reason, isn't indexing faq.perl.org.

On IRC, I tend to point people to the FAQ a fair bit. The problem is that `perldoc -q flub` will given them the answer that's in their version of the FAQ.

I'm used to a newer version of the FAQ.

So I could point them to faq.perl.org. But that's a pain as it has no search.

So: I wrote my own. Code is there too, if anyone is that interested =)

As with so many of my little projects, there is a grand plan: I'd like the FAQ to be easier for people to contribute to. So, later, editing.

Also need to write something to quickly generate appropriate URLs while in irc. Or something.

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