[announce] Tie::Hash::Rank

2001-05-22 Thread David Cantrell

I've just put a complete version of Tie::Hash::Rank on my webshite for
your enjoyment.  I'd be grateful if some of you could download it and
test it before I submit it to CPAN.

  http://www.cantrell.org.uk/david/tech/Tie-Hash-Rank-1.0.tar.gz

It has what I hope is a comprehensive test suite anyway, but many eyes
make bugs leap out of the screen and bash me over the head :-)

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Re: [announce] Tie::Hash::Rank

2001-05-22 Thread Marcel Grunauer

On Tuesday, May 22, 2001, at 09:32  PM, David Cantrell wrote:

 I've just put a complete version of Tie::Hash::Rank on my webshite for

'webshite'?  shurely shome mishtake?

 your enjoyment.  I'd be grateful if some of you could download it and
 test it before I submit it to CPAN.

   http://www.cantrell.org.uk/david/tech/Tie-Hash-Rank-1.0.tar.gz

 It has what I hope is a comprehensive test suite anyway, but many eyes
 make bugs leap out of the screen and bash me over the head :-)

Looks good. Also works with Attribute::TieClasses (once I had replaced
the '#!/usr/bin/perl -w' with 'use warnings', mysteriously).

Marcel

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Re: [announce] Tie::Hash::Rank

2001-05-22 Thread David Cantrell

On Tue, May 22, 2001 at 10:17:18PM +0200, Marcel Grunauer wrote:

 Looks good. Also works with Attribute::TieClasses (once I had replaced
 the '#!/usr/bin/perl -w' with 'use warnings', mysteriously).

Perhaps because I have a 'no warnings' in T::H::R?

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