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Sartak
Cambridge, MA
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I'd love to see any of these get done. Anyone who wants to, or is even simply considering making App::Nopaste's Gist service work again, please get in touch! I'm App::Nopaste's author and I will be as accommodating to such work as I can. :)
Commented Jul 13, 2012 on No title at rjbs
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Preach it brother! I ran into this exact same problem with DateTime just this week. Luckily for me, my bug looked more like this, with these lines actually adjacent to eachother: my $start = parse_datetime($input); my $end = $start->add(days => 13); so I was able to quickly suss out that I was missing a ->clone as well.
Commented Dec 22, 2011 on No title at rjbs
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXuoMwesmfo demonstrates the system. The announcer is giving a 30 second countdown (and even then, when that coutdown, started, the kid is already under the table so they had well over 30 seconds' notice). It feels like magic.
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Posted Dec 15, 2009 at Sartak's blog
Being able to run mock requests (as opposed to always forking a server) is one of the many benefits Jifty gets by switching to PSGI. miyagawa++ chmrr++
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I was worried you had reinvented File::ChangeNotify but it looks like you're using it. Cool. :)
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Why do you want this in Template::Declare? I can make it happen, but only if there's a really good reason. Is it so you can only put a li {} inside of a ul {} or ol {}? If so, that will not work with Sub::Exporter::Lexical. The export would need to be dynamically scoped, not lexically scoped, since this needs to work: ol { show_item($_) for @list } sub show_item { ... li { shift } ... }
Commented Aug 17, 2009 on No title at rjbs
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