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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You must have skipped my journal entry [perl.org] about Net::Server. I never had any luck with it either. :(
    • I use Net::Server as an option in my RPC::XML package, an alternative to using the accept-loop in HTTP::Daemon. I also have a set of tests in the t/ directory for it, in which I manipulate the settings at run-time to control the log file and such. I haven't had any problems, but to be fair I probably have run anything yet that's on the scale of PPerl.

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      --rjray