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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I tried contacting the author of the article by email, but my email bounced with (likely truncated) diagnostic code:

            smtp;550-Verification failed for
            It appears that the DNS operator for wickline.org has installed an
            invalid MX record with an IP address instead of a domain name on
            the right han

    First time I've seen that one, and I haven't changed any wickline.org DNS data in quite a while, so I guess most folks are forgiving of that configuration error.

    looking into this has been added to my todo list.

    -matt
    • In response to your mail, no the Jotto module isn't available anywhere, yet, but I'd be happy to send it to you if you'd like. Your scoring algorithm seems much cleaner than mine, but I'd be interested to see what the speed differences are.

      The code in my Jotto.pm hasn't been touched in a while. I've been thinking about doing a complete rewrite of the Jotto stuff, now that I have a little bit more of a clue about what I'm doing.


      Kevin

      • > happy to send it to you if you'd like

        Count me interested :) You can email me at

        m-to_kevin-re_jotto [ at ] wickline.org

        I haven't gotten around to looking into that MX issue yet, so I'll have to reply back via use.perl.org until I do :)

        > interested to see what the speed differences

        I'll do a benchmark if I get a chance. ...and presumably if I've got a chance to contribute to the module, then I'll have a chance to do a benchmark.

        > thinking about doing a complete rewrite of the Jotto stu