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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by domm (4030) on 2007.03.29 16:19 (#54064) Homepage Journal
    I wasn't aware of the hiveminder command line interface.

    And your added hack is also nifty.

    I guess this beats stuffing various todo.txts in various repos.
    • My favorite hack is this: #!/bin/sh todo.pl --tag action download ; vim tasks.txt ; todo.pl upload tasks.txt exec $0
      • Oops

        #!/bin/sh
        todo.pl --tag action download ; vim tasks.txt ; todo.pl upload tasks.txt
        exec $0
        • Any reason why this nifty tool isn't packed up in a dist and available from CPAN?

          The first time I run it it died because some dependencies weren't installed - if it was a proper CPAN dist, CPAN(PLUS).pm would have resolved them.
        • Probably because I just woke up, but I don't get the

          exec $0
          part. Doesn't it enter in infinite loop? Probably yes, to keep the todo-list always available (locally) and up to date (remotely), but then I wonder how to break the loop in an easy way!