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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm wondering if a simple screencast would be enough, your thoughts?

    Perl.com and O'Reilly News would be very interested in hosting or promoting such a thing.

  • If we can assume for the time being that someone installing Strawberry is able to help with getting things set up, then maybe hosting some real-world sample setups would be useful, even if it means some work on their part.

    For example, I have a shortcut that opens a command window in my projects directory. That's where I "start" work.

    The I have a bunch of helper programs that provide my coding toolbox. For example, vim/gvim. And the great unxutils project at sf.net (but with any tar, zip, etc. since I've

  • I think a screencast showing how one might use the now-installed perl sounds like a good idea to start with. A screencast is worth a million words.

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    rjbs
  • How about a nice, juicy strawberry icon that will launch the Windows command line. Have the terminal start out by echoing out some usage tips.

    Now people will have an icon they can click on.