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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You might want to look at stuff inside AxKit for PDF conversion. There's AxPoint [axkit.org] (also available outside of AxKit) and Apache::AxKit::Language::PassiveText (not available outside I think, though I guess that could change).

    Both are definitely interesting.

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    -- Robin Berjon [berjon.com]

  • Why don't java class libraries come with an installation script that automatically installs the classes into a standard directory? That's one area where Perl scores heavily over Java IMO.

    I think you'd be spending your time better if you asked Andreas and Jarkko why Perl modules generally do the right thing when you try and install them. :-)

    All of the best XSLT tools are written in C (or Perl) these days, even if most of the XSLT tools are written in Java. Go figure. Daniel Veillard's libxslt (and l