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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • just from reading the docs:

    • You left XML::Xerces:: in several places in the doc, I guess the Xerces part should be removed,
    • I am really confused about the getWhatever methods: do they get existing nodes or do they create new nodes? If they create new nodes, as I think they do, then why not call them createWhatever or (better I think) newWhatever?
    • they're called "Red Hot Chili Peppers"
    • if you want ideas of methods to add to the module, you can have a look at XML::DOM::Twig [xmltwig.com] an old attempt at extracting meth
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    mirod
    • >>You left XML::Xerces:: in several places in the doc<<

      oops, so I did. Sorry. Will fix that later today

      yes, the getFoo methods should perhaps be createFoo, or getNewFoo

      meh - chili, shmilli ;)

      XML::DOM::Twig is noted and will be assimilated.

      ta muchly

      --

      @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
      print reverse @JAPH;
  • Part of the mailshot management system we are building (CDBI,mysql,TT natch) is catching bounces and unsubscribe messages and coping with temporary problems like busy server or inbox quota limits, etc.

    Luckily I think Mail::Box will allow me to manage an Mbox for each address quite nicely, once I get the drift of the Java style (lots of words, not much useful meaning.. no bloody examples!) documentation.

    Also Mail::DeliveryStatus::BounceParser [cpan.org] makes it easy to discover the message-id, addresses and type o

    --

    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;