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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Well, some editors can edit tabular data [emacswiki.org] decently.

    Particularly the table editor in org-mode [linuxjournal.com] (find "tables" in the page) is nice. It can be used outside of org buffers as well.

    Not sure it can use arbitrary column separators though, but that might be possible.

  • From looking at that definition it looks like you can split the list in three parts for each method, of which the middle one is identical. You can express this perfectly well in RNG.

    • Of course you can and that's an option we explored. However, look at the larger RNG definition. Many of the required/forbidden/optional elements vary quite a bite for GET/POST/PUT and the split of the three of them, with dependencies, we felt was much easier to read when separate definitions rather than multiple paths on the same definition.