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  • Name that module!

    My vote for bad module of the day is Ananke::Template [] which is just a bad imitation of TT.

    • No can do. The module itself appears to be useful and some checking around reveals that others are using it (though not very widely). If it was a bad module, I don't mind calling a spade a spade. I just want to be sure that I'm being decent and not trashing a good module just because someone didn't do a good job of communicating. Let's face it, programmers who write great code are often known for being less than diligent about their docs :)

      Amusingly, I found a tutorial for using this module that was e

      • I don't feel too bad about rewriting it (it only took me about 3 hours)

        Yeah, the great thing about Perl is how easy it is to write stuff. I think that is an important reason for the success of CPAN -- it is easy to add stuff, because it's easy to write in the first place! Syntax *is* important (take that, lisp fans)!