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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Well, I was intending to have a look at it next time I started a new module. Whenever that may be.
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      ---ict / Spoon
  • Yes, I actually used it. I had to edit it to make it 5.005 compatible (modes on mkdir mostly), but it works a treat. Thanks!
    • Awesome!

      5.005

      Sorry. :) I think in 5.6.1 now. I trip myself up all the time when I move from machine to machine. (My worst problem lately is

      my $fh; open $fh, "file";

      . Took me forever one day to figure out what an older Perl was trying to tell me about that.

      Actually it's kind of cool to me that I could write something you could use, since I've been making heavy use of the module formerly known as Time::Object for over a year now. (I actually had a nearly identical design for a module on my wh

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      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
  • I think expressing opinion about Mumia out of context of a discussion about him is akin to shouting "Hitler" in a crowded newsgroup. Or mentioning the 2001 Presidential election. So I moderated it. In a journal or journal comment, I wouldn't care. But I don't want discussions / flamewars about Mumia on a use Perl story.

    My problem may be that I am too used to comments inciting riots, as it were, on Slashdot. That's not such a problem here, of course. He who moderates least, moderates best.

    Anyway, t
    • Thanks, pudge!

      Yeah, I guess I tend to agree with you on the Mumia thing. I notice it's been modded back down by somebody. We've all been heard now, so I guess life will go on.

      Actually I've been a little surprised by just how many karma points I got out of this. I had a karma of 3 and I've had 2 or 3 metamoderations say I was "fair," and that gave me several more points. (Don't trust those numbers; I'm falling asleep at the moment.)

      I think I read the same stuff about the IP address hash. Admittedl

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      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
  • the point.

    The fact is his trial was a joke. He deserves a fair trial, though I'm not sure exactly how that could happen at this point.

    -dave