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Daily archive for Thursday, 31 January 2013

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Yanick Champoux (yanick): Pushing Your Code TODOs to GitHub Issues

A quick one. Wouldn't it be cool to be able to scan your code for all TODOs and FIXMEs and generate GitHub issues out of them? Well, I thought so too, so:

#!/usr/bin/perl 

use 5.16.0;

use strict;
use warnings;

use Path::Iterator::Rule;
use Path::Ti [...]
Gabor Szabo (szabgab): Fetching the status of blog entries using grep and cut
I write my blog entries in some pseudo-POD/HTML that grew organically. In other words, it is a mess. I wanted to easily see which articles are ready to be published and which one might need some more writing.

For the full article visit Fetching the st [...]

Yanick Champoux (yanick): Pushing Your Code TODOs to GitHub Issues

A quick one. Wouldn't it be cool to be able to scan your code for all TODOs and FIXMEs and generate GitHub issues out of them? Well, I thought so too, so:

#!/usr/bin/perl 

use 5.16.0;

use strict;
use warnings;

use Path::Iterator::Rule;
use Path::Ti [...]
David Golden: Goodbye Path::Class, hello Path::Tiny
I like Path::Class, but it's clunky and slow. So I wrote Path::Tiny to scratch my itch. It's smaller (roughly half the lines of code), comes in a single file, and is generally faster. Among other things, it has lots of handy UTF-8 input and output me [...]
Chisel (Chiz): Versioning Developer Releases
I finally stopped to think about how I’m numbering my developer releases for various modules I have floating around. Two theories Until recently I’ve always thought: v0.0.5_1 is the first developer release leading up to v0.0.5 Something (sorry, I can [...]
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