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Daily archive for Sunday, 07 October 2012

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Shadowcat Systems: Ian Norton to present two Workshops at LPW

Shadowcat Systems' Ian Norton will present two workshops at the London Perl Workshop

Dave Rolsky (autarch): Please Don’t Write Snowflake Code
Rocky Bernstein has been working a new Perl debugger called Devel::Trepan. I came across some discussion in a git pull request for this project a while back and I’ve been thinking of this blog post since that time. Rocky has his own unique codi [...]
Dave Rolsky (autarch): Please Don’t Write Snowflake Code
Rocky Bernstein has been working a new Perl debugger called Devel::Trepan. I came across some discussion in a git pull request for this project a while back and I’ve been thinking of this blog post since that time. Rocky has his own unique codi [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (xlix) stackoverflow perl report

This is the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2012-10-07 14:08:58 GMT


  1. How to tell apart numeric scalars and string scalars in Perl? - [8/7]
  2. Is it guaranteed anywhere in do [...]
Dominique Dumont (dod): Dpkg source editor/checker is going native
Hello As Config::Model was becoming too big with too many dependencies, I’ve moved all Debian stuff from Config::Model repository into a separate Debian repository. If you install only libconfig-model-perl 2.026-1 (from experimental), the command ‘cm [...]
Gabor Szabo (szabgab): Building DWIM Perl for Linux
The idea behind the DWIM Perl distribution is to provide an easy way to start using Perl to build applications. Therefore it should contains every CPAN module you'd need to build any decent Perl application. There is already a fairly good DWIM Perl f [...]
Generic Ultram: CVE-2011-4363
ProcessTable.pm in the Proc::ProcessTable module 0.45 for Perl, when TTY information caching is enabled, allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack on /tmp/TTYDEVS.
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