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  Journal: DateTime kicks butt on 2010.04.05 20:53

Journal by snarkyboojum on 2010.04.05 20:53
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The DateTime module blows me away with it's usability and functionality time and time again. I haven't been using it for very long (naughty), but I'm finding it so intuitive and easy to use. Below is a very simple example that I came up with this morning.

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  Comment: Re:use strict/warnings (Score 1) on 2010.04.04 20:53

apologies - that was supposed to be in reply to 'Re:use strict/warnings and Windows' by reezer.
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  Comment: Re:use strict/warnings (Score 1) on 2010.04.04 20:51

use'ing Modern::Perl also means I have to be running Perl 5.10 or later. It'd be a shame to prevent people on older Perls from using Dancer. I'd suggest keeping it as it is. I don't see the big deal; either spend 2 minutes reading the documentation and work out that 'use Dancer;' loads the strict and warnings pragmas for you, or do it in your code (redundantly) as Alias has done. Please don't force me to use a particular version of Perl for some kind of bogus "consistency" argument.
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