neuroball's Journal neuroball's use Perl Journal en-us use Perl; is Copyright 1998-2006, Chris Nandor. Stories, comments, journals, and other submissions posted on use Perl; are Copyright their respective owners. 2012-01-25T02:43:46+00:00 pudge Technology hourly 1 1970-01-01T00:00+00:00 neuroball's Journal morpheus rythm is slightly off (OSCON Day Zero My, my, my,<br> <br> It's around 1.40 in the morning and I am sitting here reading use Perl; and writing in my Journal. What the hell is wrong with me that I am unable to sleep the first night in a new bed/location?<br> <br> I had the same problem during the very long train ride of around 34h from San Diego up the coast to Portland. Knowing that I was unable to sleep I got my bed made around 6pm and finally met morpheus around 12pm.<br> <br> Next to this I had a lot of time to study Perl 6 Essentials the newest Perl book from O'Reilly as of wednesday (or so)... and liked what I learned about Perl 6. Now I just have to learn Parrot-ASM (it's just 18 years ago since I used ASM the last time)... and then I can hopefully help the Perl 6 porters/rewritters.<br> <br> So... for now I think I better hit the pillow again, otherwise I will do the same today (at 8.45am) that I did last year at Lincoln Stein's talk... taking short naps. D'oh. But still, I learned a lot and even bought his tome (sp??).<br> <br> Hope I will have a better stamina this year around. BTW. Lincoln, there was nothing wrong with your talk... neuroball 2003-07-07T09:01:26+00:00 journal Problem with Perl Editors Dear Log,<br> <br> It seems that ActiveState's Komodo (I use it as a perl editor) doesn't like me anymore. I was trying to download a series of http-files using <code>LWP::UserAgent</code> but I always got a 501 http-error returned when I requested the second file.<br> <br> Having tested and debugged my file as careful as possible I opted to take the file home from work and give it a try on my PowerBook which runs on Mac OS X.<br> The BIG surprise: It worked like it was supposed to work.<br> <br> Once I was back at work I just did run the perl script from the command-line and the result was astonishing: The script didn't break! Once i did run in it again from Komodo the error appeared again.<br> <br> So... after ridding myself of Komodo, my question is: Which Editors are out there and usable on a windows system? For my Mac I usually use Vi/Vim/BBEdit.<br> <br> Perl 5.8/ActiveState's Komodo 2.3<br><nobr> <wbr></nobr><strong>/neuroball/</strong> neuroball 2003-06-18T17:54:07+00:00 journal