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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • For your second item above, you can tell DBD::Mock to return results for either the nth SQL statement or for the statement matching the string x. So I don't think it would be too difficult to seed the database handle with the results from a given file -- something like a phrasebook with attached results. There aren't any hooks for creating such a file though.

    (Note that I'm no longer maintaining this module -- as of yesterday Stevan Little [] has graciously taken it over at my request.)

  • ..find the tuits. I, for one, would find such a module immensely usefull.
    My tuit supply has completely dried out (why does the boss expect me to do actual work?), otherwise I would have tried to do something like it myself, but I would be happy to help in any way I can.
    • Well I'm surprised no-one has tried it before. I'm on holiday next week, so will try and grab some time to investigate DBI::Profile further, and see if there are additional hooks I can use to get at the data. I may look at DBD::Mock for the end result, as this would require less work on my part, and already works :)