Posts Tagged ‘CPAN’

 < Day Day Up >    [SYMBOL] [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W] [X] [Y] C to Perl, compression ratio  can_ok()  carp()  Carp::Assert  2nd  3rd  CGI programs, testing  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  CGI::Kwiki  2nd  chromatic  cisamperl  Class::Contract  2nd  Class::Inspector  client/server, evolving  […]

 < Day Day Up >  Historical Perl You’re probably not used to seeing instructions on how to obtain an out-of-date version of Perl. But you just might have to do that under some circumstances that will be explored later in this book. (Note: The older the version of Perl, the less likely the references I am about […]

 < Day Day Up >  Obtaining Perl It would be remiss of me to tell you so much about Perl without telling you how to get it, although these days it’s hard to avoid; you probably already have it, especially if you have any flavor of UNIX or Linux. The easiest way to find out whether you […]

 < Day Day Up >  9.3 Finding Inefficient Code When an application is taking too long to run, one cure starts with finding out how long each part takes to run. Knowing where to expend your optimization efforts is key; if you happen to pick a piece of code that only consumes 1 percent of the total […]

 < Day Day Up >  8.1 The Case for CPAN It surprises and disappoints me how often people waste time reinventing code for which a module already exists. Here are some reasons why they might be doing that: They don’t know that there are non-core modules for Perl, or they don’t know where to find them. They […]

 < Day Day Up >  7.3 Perl 5.000 At this point it’s no longer useful to point out what each version of Perl lacked, so from now on I’ll say what they added. Yes, there were several subversions of each of these major versions, but I’ll just consider the last one in each case. Although many changes […]

 < Day Day Up >  7.14 Perl 5.8.3 Now we come to the current version of Perl. The SCALAR() method was introduced for tied hashes used in a scalar context, and a program called prove was added, allowing the running of specific tests at several levels of granularity. 7.14.1 Upgrading to Perl 5.8.3 If you’ve actually got […]

 < Day Day Up >  4.2 Why Are You Doing This? The goals of rewriting are similar to the goals of developing a program from scratch. You must consider these questions: Who are you writing for? How do the demands on your rewrite differ from the demands placed on the original code? 4.2.1 Who’s the Audience? Who […]

 < Day Day Up >  2.3 Find the Dependencies Look for documentation that describes everything that needs to exist for this program to work. Complex systems could have dependencies on code written in other languages, on data files produced by other systems, or on network connections with external services. If you can find interface agreements or other […]

 < Day Day Up >  Bibliography • AHO74: Aho, Alfred V., Hopcroft, John E., and Ullman, Jeffrey D., The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms, Addison-Wesley (1974). ISBN: 0-201-00029-6. • AHO83: Aho, Alfred V., Ullman, Jeffrey D., and Hopcroft, John E., Data Structures and Algorithms, Addison-Wesley (1983). ISBN: 0-201-00023-7. • BECK00: Beck, Kent, Extreme Programming Explained, Addison-Wesley […]

Perl Hacks By   chromatic , Damian Conway, Curtis “Ovid” Poe ……………………………………….. Publisher: O’Reilly Pub Date: May 2006 Print ISBN-10: 0-596-52674-1 Print ISBN-13: 978-0-59-652674-0 Pages: 296   Table of Contents  | Index     Copyright     credits Credits     Preface         Chapter 1.  Productivity Hacks       Hack 1.  Add CPAN Shortcuts to Firefox       Hack 2.  Put Perldoc to […]


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