Thanks, I'll have to look at it closer, but still, it looks like you would need to clone a date object before doing any computation on it.
The module looks interesting though.
Note to self: add and subtract modify the calling object. Use clone if you just want to use the result.
So do not write this:
my $today = DateTime->now;
my $yesterday = $today->subtract( days => 1);# changes $today
Instead write this:
I FOR ONE REALLY *APPRECIATE* THE CPAN TESTERS REPORTS AND I THINK YOU HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB AT IMPROVING THE SIGNAL/NOISE RATIO, THUS I THANK YOU.
There you go, I hope the balance of the universe is some what restored.
OK, I'll have a look at it.
BTW, using XML::XPathEngine really means monkey-patching the XML/HTML module to make it behave enough like a DOM so the XPath engine can work on it. No XPath knowledge needed.
In the Required Modules section you list Tree::DAG_Node, but in the FAQ just above you write that you use Tree::Simple.
Is the API stable enough that I can work on am HTML::Parser::Simple::XPath based on XML::XPathEngine? Or do you want to do this?
I don't know about the conference itself, but I can at least explain one thing: the web site is probably hosted by the French Perl Mongueurs because it runs on Act, a system originally developped for YAPC::Europe in Paris, and that is now used by a lot of Perl conferences around the World.