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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Have you been checking out the code in the public SVN repository? We have a huge list of unreleased changes, some of which might prove very useful to you.

    • The what of what? :)

      If you mean TAPx:: yes I do real the QA list :)

      In part, that's why I'm upping the ante on the Support Server side of things, because you seem to have solved most of the big problems.
  • For those interested in what this entails, here's a link to the pod spec in the phase-n repository: http://xrl.us/ustc [xrl.us]
    • Please excuse the horrid spelling/grammar errors, the spec was basically a brain dump.
  • Perhaps you might want to get in touch with Chris Williams(chris@bingosnet.co.uk); he's been doing some remarkable things with POE involving automating testing of CPAN modules(see BINGOS at CPAN).
    • Yep, I'm aware of Chris' efforts.

      Actually, he's helping out with the PITA POE stuff as well.

      But suffice it to say that my plans for PITA are to make even the amount of test runs he's doing look small :)
      • Having looked at your Threatnet project, and Chris's projects with POE related to IRC; I thought that the two projects would be a natural fit. No doubt you guys have talked about that as well, but I thought I'd raise the subject. I like the concept you've come up with for Threatnet; I just need to find some time to put together a meaningful contribution.
        • Yeah, Chris hosts the ThreatNet test server when we do a high-volume test run, and is working on the Perl IRC server stuff, which I'll probably abuse at some point.