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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What about what I'd LIKE to do with it?

    What I'd like to have is the CPAN index available as a SQLite database, plus the CPANTS dependency maps, plus the CPAN Testers statistics.

    And then I want a Data::Package::SQLite class, that grabs all of these files every few days, lets me load them with a DBIx::Class loader, and work with them sanely.

    And then finally there might be a simple way to programmatically get access to all the CPAN metadata floating around, but which is most certainly not simple and easy to us
  • I use it for various things. Works well as a simple backend DB in Maypole, and various apps we use at work. I'm even considering using it as a configuration file format - but that's one of my more outlandish ideas...

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    -- "It's not magic, it's work..."
  • I wrote a web app for my wife to use and it needed a DB. It also needed to run on her Windows machine. My machine runs Debian (Ubuntu actually) so I was keen to use cross-platform components everywhere. I did the development and testing on Linux then installed the Apache+Perl+mod_perl+kitchen_sink for Win32 from Randy Kobes [uwinnipeg.ca] and the SQLite PPM from his repository on the target Windows machine. Everything Just Worked and setting up the database on Windows was a simple as copying one file from Linux

  • I'm using it to solve an interesting database scaling problem. Basically per-user quarantine storage for spam. This doesn't scale too well in a traditional database as you get a single index across one huge table clustered on (userid, column) and that index becomes very very hard to maintain and optimise. By giving every user their own DB I get around this issue, and it's very VERY fast.
  • sqlite3 the_house.db 'VACUUM;'