Ever wanted a simple way to get a log of your DBI calls but didn't want all the detail that standard DBI logging gives you? Or maybe you wanted to isolate the logging to a particular module? DBD::Log might be the answer. Anyone used it yet?
I've started getting HTML spam where the images are embedded as separate MIME attachments within the message. The image links look like . I have the option in my mail software (Thunderbird) to not load images in HTML mail, but this method allows them through anyway. It really got my attention today when a spam for a German porn site came up w/ an image of a nude woman. The bad part is that I was in my office at work! No harm done but it could have been embarrasing to say the least...
Anyone know of workarounds for not displaying these sort of messages/images? Should I just turn off HTML mail all together? I just want to avoid throwing out the baby w/ the bath water. And I'd like to note that I send email in text format, not HTML.
I had an interesting problem today when installing HTML::Parser. On my dev server it compiled fine, with no problems. But trying to install it on the production machine gave me an error during make along the lines of "can't find
After a bit of googling, I found instructions at http://www.qitc.net/support/mailscanner/ which explained that I needed to touch a few files and perl would be fine. I did and everything went smoothly from there.
Now my questions are: why did I get the error on one machine and not the other? And what is this opnames.h file and why is it needed? Terminally curious minds want to know...
I've posted a meditation on perlmonks about more fully using all the features CVS has to offer, namely branches (which I've rarely used). I want to "Take it to the next level" so to speak.
The gist of it is that we'll use the trunk for "stable" releases, and create branches for each new project/bugfix. Each branch will eventually be merged back into the trunk, and a new release tagged on the trunk. I would appreciate any tips the community here has to offer, especially in the way of managing a complex CVS tree.
Also, I would be going alone so I'd also be interested in a roommate. I noticed on the OSCon page there is a roommate list, so perhaps I'll subscribe to that as well. Any one going that wants to bunk w/ a boring non-smoker/drinker like me? (I'm really not boring, I just abstain from a lot of things.
Also, I know I'm going to be hitting Powell's Books. What other attractions are "Must See" in Portland? How much spending money will I need? I'm planning on $50-100 for the bookstores (my wife will kill me)...
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I think this is one reason I was a band geek. At least in band there were more people like me. That's not to say everyone was smart or popular (there were all combinations), but we were a group. We stuck up for each other. We also made fun of each other, but that helped make us closer. It wasn't like the biting putdowns I received from the "popular" kids. I wasn't Mr. Popularity with the rest of the population, but by the time I was a senior the back seat on the bus for away games was always mine. For our band, that was how we measured rank/influence/whatever. It was nice to be there.
I remember hardly ever having to study. And that bit me real hard when I went to college because I didn't have a good idea of how to study. So my coasting I called High School was really a detriment when I graduated. I didn't feel challenged, with a few exceptions. I remember my World History teacher (Mrs Russo - hi!) who made history fun & interesting. It was much more than just memorizing dates & names & places. It was about learning _history_ rather than learning facts. I give her most of the credit for my current enjoyment of the History Channel.
So for those who have not read the essay, I highly recommend it. And if you're still in HS, just remember that it will be over soon. And it is NOT the real world, so don't confuse it for the real thing. Keep on plugging and you'll come out ahead.
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Hey Drew, hope this is the proper person. Your tax forms came into our office today if you're interested in getting them.
That said, I'm having a problem where I can't use it like I want.
since I get undef in return. How can I work around this? Would calling create() with a minimal hashref and not calling commit() do the trick? ie. not write a database entry? Any ideas welcome. And yes, I posted to the mailing list but have not yet gotten the answer I want.