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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • For complete details about exactly what I proposed to do, and why, please see my TPF folders [plover.com].

    Right now the proposals are the only things there, but as I get more work done, I'll deposit code and other materials in those directories.

    I expect to start work at the beginning of May.

    • by lemmett (4778) on 2004.05.21 17:16 (#30996)
      In the debugger proposal you say: "A debugger that can be stepped backwards is probably impossible." I can't supply you with the details, but I know that in the mid-to-late eighties several grad students at Montana State University got their degrees with thesis work that involved building several generations of a compiler/interpreter for Pascal called Dynamod that allowed the user to step backwards while running the code. I don't know how much if any of that work could be pulled across to Perl, but Rocky Ross (ross@cs.montana.edu) was the faculty sponsor for the research.