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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Sorry to hijack your thread but I have just tried to register unsuccessfully for the last 10 minutes. It keeps telling me the captcha text I am entering is wrong despite being 100% confident that I have it correct.

    I am ready to abandon my journal here but can't seem to get registered there. About the only thing I can see that might be an issue is that I am forced to use IE and the register page says "finished but with errors".

    • Right now it looks like it needs a lot more RAM. Dave Cross and SixApart are working on that side of things. We'll have it working, though. It's just a matter of being patient. And you're not the only person to tell me you're ready to abandon use.perl, so be patient and you'll be able to do so.

  • I asked a similar question [] a while back. The answers there may have what you're looking for.

  • I got very interested a while back, and stumbled on a slew of distributions that do similar things. In addition to those that are mentioned in reply to revdiablo's post, would any of Object::Lazy [], Class::Delay [], or Object::Trampoline [] (obtained by searching for 'delay' on CPAN) do something like what you'd like?