Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Aaron Trevena
Following the general feelings of the professional perl mongers on the list towards certain authors and script archives, I thought the perl mongers could build their own script recipebook on the net and provide secure but clear and simple and well explained example and instant cgi scripts as an

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Greg McCarroll
the best way to get this started, is simply to do it and then others will lend in their support, just put up a webpage with the first few candidates and let others comment just my 2 cents, greg * Aaron Trevena ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Following the general feelings of the professional

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Aaron Trevena
On Mon, 19 Feb 2001, Greg McCarroll wrote: the best way to get this started, is simply to do it and then others will lend in their support, just put up a webpage with the first few candidates and let others comment That would make the large assumption that my perl is a good example. I hope

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Dave Hodgkinson
Aaron Trevena [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That would make the large assumption that my perl is a good example. I hope that DragonForum (soon to be released, watch this space) will make a good alternative to wwwthreads and ubbs, but although it is now cleaner and template based it isn't really

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Aaron Trevena
On 19 Feb 2001, Dave Hodgkinson wrote: Aaron Trevena [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That would make the large assumption that my perl is a good example. I hope that DragonForum (soon to be released, watch this space) will make a good alternative to wwwthreads and ubbs, but although it is now

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Dave Hodgkinson
Aaron Trevena [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 19 Feb 2001, Dave Hodgkinson wrote: Aaron Trevena [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That would make the large assumption that my perl is a good example. I hope that DragonForum (soon to be released, watch this space) will make a good

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Dave Hodgkinson
Aaron Trevena [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It is indeed, but this tends to require a fair amount of rewriting or be a horrible horrible kludge. Hmmm...there was one subroutine that did all the sandwich things...oh, no two. printHeader and printFooter. -- Dave Hodgkinson,

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Aaron Trevena
On 19 Feb 2001, Dave Hodgkinson wrote: Aaron Trevena [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It is indeed, but this tends to require a fair amount of rewriting or be a horrible horrible kludge. Hmmm...there was one subroutine that did all the sandwich things...oh, no two. printHeader and

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Struan Donald
* at 19/02 13:34 + Steve Mynott said: Tony Bowden [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Surely part of the reason that so much bad code gains so much popularity is that bad coders tend to think their code is good, so don't mind publicising it and shouting about it lots. Good coders, on the other

Re: Alternative to bad perl resources

2001-02-19 Thread Dave Hodgkinson
Aaron Trevena [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 19 Feb 2001, Dave Hodgkinson wrote: Aaron Trevena [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It is indeed, but this tends to require a fair amount of rewriting or be a horrible horrible kludge. Hmmm...there was one subroutine that did all the sandwich

magic use

2001-02-19 Thread Greg McCarroll
Jo was talking on IRC today and made me think about packages. Imagine if you will the following situation ... you have Country.pm which implements the general functions with default implementation for each country you have special cases such as Country::France which