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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I checked out your ToDo list implenented as a wiki and that's just what I needed. We also run Twiki within our org, but I wanted something personal and private and fast and the UseMod [usemod.com] wiki code looks like the ticket. I grabbed 0xff's CSS file too, because I'm lame-o.
    • I checked out your ToDo list implenented as a wiki and that's just what I needed. We also run Twiki within our org, but I wanted something personal and private and fast and the UseMod wiki code looks like the ticket. I grabbed 0xff's CSS file too, because I'm lame-o.

      Excellent! I highly recommend UseMod as a quick and simple way to get a wiki running. Oh, and I love the formatting conventions; powerful yet simple. I was satisfied with it for ages, until I wanted to hack on it; I find the code very hard to understand, and it's very intertwingled with itself and has no tests. If and when you want to extend usemod, take a look at CGI::Wiki [cpan.org], which owes a great debt of motivation to usemod, and can be used to emulate a usemod wiki. I'm disappointed that I've not managed to get any of the usemod developers interested in it.

      The 0xff stylesheet should not be credited to me; it's the work of the well cool Earle Martin [downlode.org], my partner in crime.

      • might poke dngor about usemod. poe.perl.org runs on a very hacked version of usemod that is much easier to use. and did i mention that its template driven? :)

        i do believe its in poe's cvs repository on sf.net if you're interested.