[resending because the original appears to not have arrived]
I find you hard to understand - please try to write more coherently.
On Sat, 2 Sep 2017 01:45:35 -0700
> Hi all,
> I have been away from Perl for long time, but I have a problem that may be up
> its allay for a return.
> I have an export of data, (test dataset 100MB prod will be 3GB to 5GB appox)
> I can export data in csv, json or xml. Now the data is log data being
> exported from splunk. While splunk can do some amazing things I need to pull
> data from inside events…. I am actually looking for “ldap servers” or other
> types of data points That while splunk can get me part way there It can
> really get me all the way. And hey it’s a good reason to Maybe write up some
> Perl6. As a test…
> While I did try, c# and .net first it complains, that there is whitespace and
> that’s not part of the specs. So, I wanted to give perl6 a go, which I been
> meaning to anyways and this might be a good use case for it.
> Figured json::tiny might be the way to go,
> I really don’t have very much, just the very very beginning:
> ⇒ Latest perl6, windows 10, and atom editor
> use v6;
> use strict;
v6 is strict by default.
> use json::tiny;
This lacks proper capitalisation:
It may work on windows, but not on Unix systems.
> say "Running Perl6 script with v6 on";
> say "using json::tiny";
> say "................................";
> my $uri "Z:\\VM_Shared\\exports\\4624\\rt_1504193701_299149.json"
you are missing a "=" and a ";" here.
> my %res = file.get
what is "file"? You are also missing a semicolon.
> /end code
> And json::tiny does not have very much in the way of docs, and most of the
> examples are more targeted For webapp use cases. I want to chew threw a file
> and file data and export that into a new file which I can then Put in excel.
It has tests though and its API appears to be minimal.