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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Yes, I'm having culture shock at paying for software too. I've been using Fire for irc and AIM together, but I'm starting to get the shits with it (randomly Enter doesn't send the message, but adds a newline). I know several people who use ircle and reinstall every month.

    I've just installed JediKnight [stuffonfire.com] and it seems okay. Some people are reporting odd ctcp things when I message them, but I can't see it so screw 'em :-).

    #perl reports Snak [snak.com] is possibly the best. I'll try it next.

    --Nat

    • Historically, "enter" (with the numeric keypad) and "return" (with the main qwerty portion of the keypad) were two different keys on the Macintosh. This was quite a shock to me when I migrated from the Apple IIGs, which went to great lengths to emphasize that they were the same. Of course, when I entered college and discovered ASCII terminals, I quit trusting the numeric keypad and anything off the main qwerty area altogether. :)

      I'm guessing this explains your randomness, but I could be wrong.

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      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers