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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I use Windows for anything Desktop and as a development platform for anything Perl i do. For a while i was mostly using cygwin, but that has since been superceded by ActivePerl with Komodo IDE (includes a graphical debugger with Windows use patterns).

    So far I've done anything on Windows: XML conversion, translation data analysis, RSS feed construction, FTP checking, smallish web applications, etc.

    Recently though I've started working on a bigger project, which is an OpenGL application that visualizes the internal 3d data of a text-mode game. Aside from OpenGL it uses parts from all over the Windows API, as it grabs the internal data from the RAM while the game process is running. URL for it is http://dwarvis.googlecode.com/ [googlecode.com]

    The only thing i am REALLY missing is a solid line-profiler, as any current profilers are either subroutine-based (which is useless as big parts of Dwarvis run in Coroutine loops), get confused by my use of Perl threads or by the Coro pseudo threads.