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Daily archive for Thursday, 24 January 2013

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Stevan Little (stevan): A funny thing happened on the way to the p5-mop...
So, I mentioned in my recent talk that the p5-mop project is currently stalled but did not really expand on that topic much. In this blog post, I'm going to explain what has happened over the past year or so...
Ulrich Habel (rhaen): Testing the scraper - with Perl (of course)
There has been quite some feedback about the last blog article on web scraping using Web::Scraper. I've promised to put up a GitHub repository but I didn't publish the link so far. So here it is - the full scraper application for the Tagesschau::Vide [...]
Shlomi Fish (rindolf): Invitation for the Israeli Perl Workshop 2013 - 25 February 2013

Israeli Perl Workshop 2013 - 25 February 2013

(The Hebrew text will be followed by an English one).

סדנת הפרל הישראלית לשנת 2013 תתקיים ב-25 בפברואר, 2013. זהו כנס יומי שיתקיים במכללת שנקר ברמת-גן. לעיונכם נתונה רשימת המצגות שתינתנה בסדנה, בה יהיו שני [...]

Thomas Klausner (domm): So many Perl workshops

Being subscribed to the ACT mailing list gives you a nice preview of upcoming Perl events. Usually I enjoy this, but at the moment I'm a tiny bit depressed by all the ...

Ulrich Habel (rhaen): Testing the scraper – with Perl (of course)
There has been quite some feedback about the last blog article on web scraping using Web::Scraper. I’ve promised to put up a GitHub repository but I didn’t publish the link so far. So here it is – the full scraper application for th [...]
Damien Krotkine (dams): New Perl module: Action::Retry

New Perl module: Action::Retry

I’ve just released a new module called Action::Retry.

Use it when you want to run some code until it succeeds, waiting between two retries.

A simple way to use it is :

Action::Retry->new( attempt_code => sub [...]
Damien Krotkine (dams): Perl Dancer and DBIC

Are you curious to see how to create a real app from scratch with Perl Dancer, using DBIX::Class ? Well, my Perl Dancer Advent Calendar article has been published saturday :

http://advent.perldancer.org/2010/11

Dancer_dbic

Enjoy !

Damien Krotkine (dams): Perl Dancer version 1.2 and Advent Calendar

 

Perl Dancer should at least ring a bell to you : it's a popular Perl micro web framework. Route based, easy to use, simple clean design, with low dependancies, Dancer is gaining in popularity and maturity.

Version 1.2 has been released ( see sawyer [...]

Damien Krotkine (dams): Ulimit doesn't work on Leopard (memory limitation)


After many tests on my side, I got confirmation from this page : it looks like ulimit doesn't work for memory limitation starting from Mac OS 10.5. That's a shame...

perl -E 'use BSD::Resource;  setrlimit(RLIMIT_VMEM, 2000, 2000); my $s; for [...]

Damien Krotkine (dams): Merge PDFs easily with Perl

Today I discovered an easy way to merge PDFs files using Perl.

In my current project, I have to automatically generate a technical documentation from my perl modules PODs. It's easy to create one PDF file for each modules, but then I need to merge [...]

Damien Krotkine (dams): Syntax Highlighting in Typepad

Code Snippets, Syntax Highlighting, Source examples, Verbatim text, etc...

I'm sure I'm not the only one to need to display nice clean and compatible code snippets, source code examples, and similar stuff. I'm using Typepad as blog engine [...]
Damien Krotkine (dams): Typepad

I'm in the metro of Paris, testing Typepad :

  • new beta account I just subscribed to
  • new mobile version of the blog
  • Iphone App
  • automatic Twitter posting
  • per category feeds

Typepad is Based on Movable Type, the best blog system ouuta there. It's Perl base [...]

Damien Krotkine (dams): Perl tests in Hudson via JUnit

Perl tests in Hudson

I'm willing to automate the unit testing of my Perl modules, by plugging them into Hudson. Hudson is a continuous integration server, it "monitors executions of repeated jobs, such as building a software project or jobs run by cro [...]

Damien Krotkine (dams): Curses Toolkit is on CPAN

After few months of delay, Curses::Toolkit is now available on CPAN.

Curses::Toolkit tries to be a modern toolkit to implement semi-graphical interfaces using Curses. It's inspired by Gtk.

I gave a presentation of Curses::Toolkit at the French Perl Wor [...]

Damien Krotkine (dams): New Home

The new server I had setup few weeks ago got hacked, brute force ssh attacks being made from it... I had spent some time setting it up, and now I'm bored.

So, I decided to migrate my blog to a hosted solution. As I'm a big fan of movable type, I decid [...]

Tokuhiro Matsuno: How can I expand '~' in directory path?
s!~!glob("~")!g works.
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