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TL1 anyone?

posted by chip on 2002.11.27 18:24   Printer-friendly
lem writes "In the very near future, I will most likely have to write an interface for a few boxes that speak TL1. I failed miserably at CPAN while looking for an implementation of this, so I'll write it from scratch. I just would hate to start from zero here. My obvious question is if anybody is already working on something like this, as I don't want to reinvent the wheel and find out two hours before uploading to CPAN, that the namespace has been taken by a module that does the same thing." Is this the sort of thing one would discuss on module-authors?
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  • I have implemented a TL1 parsing, object oriented module. Problem is I did it for work, and releasing the code is very unlikely. I am a CPAN contributor. I can help you with advice. Look up my CPAN ID "SEGAN".
  • I also recently created a GUI for TL1 commands that had been stored/created in XML format, using perl with a standard XML parser module and the Tk module I was able to extract, sort and process all the verb-modifiers, AID's and individual parameter blocks of the TL1 commands. I don't believe that there are currently any off the shelf modules for TL1. Can provide you with advice and help but not code the that I had written as I also had done this for work.