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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Not trolling mind you, but about the lack of jQuery fandom - what's not to like?

    I've settled on it for being relatively lightweight, the API is concise and it plays nice with other libraries (unlike prototype). I'd like to know what others find lacking in it, or compelling cases for other libraries.
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    Every token is like an unnecessary stain on whitespace and idleness.
    • by sigzero (5768) on 2008.03.01 15:31 (#61432) Journal
      I like it as well. There is a lot of functionality packed into its 14K.
      • I like what this module does (not familiar with jQuery, this is cool!..)

        One question is why does it fail to compile because in contructors.t it (deliberately) says

        use XXX;

        ???

        Pod is a bit missleading as well, when it talks about function 'each' it advises to use this code

        pQuery("td", $dom)->each(sub {
          my $i = shift;
          print $i, " => ", pQuery($_)->text(), "\n";
        });

        which does not work. Going back to each.t reveals code that does...

        my $output = '';
        pQuery($html)->find('li')-