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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I admit that I don't really understand what these "markov blogger" things are, but this caught my eye:

    Sys::Host (Ruby) - The ip_addr() method was causing my bed and going strong since March and not even the best office suites and desktop packages installed.

    Sys-Host is my code, though it's pretty much worthless because it can't do any more than the "socket" module right now. The original plan was to be able to get multiple-ip addresses on multi-homed machines, but I couldn't get it to work.

    • I admit that I don't really understand what these "markov blogger" things are

      I don't understand what it produces but I can tell you what it is. :-)

      This blogger soaks up other journal entries, mangles it with the help of a few markov-chains and produces a new entry. I find jjohn's implementation actually pretty amusing and cool.

      You should take its signature literally: It's not supposed to make sense.
  • I'm reducing the frequency of the markov blogs to Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Eventually, I'll cut that back futher to Fridays. This is my first experiment with Markov Chains and this blog has been a record of my trail runs. As annoying as they can be to read, I think the markovblog entries are worthy of retention in the same way real scientists keep field notes. There are some additional refinements that I'll get around to including. Perhaps I'll write something up as a use.perl.org article.