RE: Matt's Scripts

2001-03-13 Thread Chris Devers
? Not sure which would be easier...) that finds out where perl is installed, sets the shebang line accordingly, and then turns over control to the script itself. I realize this would be kind of a pain, but it gets at least part of the way around some of the problems here. -- Chris Devers

Re: Matt's Scripts (SCP)

2001-03-14 Thread Chris Devers
be in there somewhere. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: Matt's Scripts Projects

2001-03-20 Thread Chris Devers
that could be off-putting to Win-natives. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: mmm ... toys ..

2001-03-27 Thread Chris Devers
standard unixy toolkit (except for ssh). I thought I saw something about PostgreSQL being installed, but I may be imagining it now. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: ISO8601 [was] Re: Pointless, Badly-Written Module.

2001-03-27 Thread Chris Devers
ng area /or anything outside of your area code, but with 10 digit numbers you'll probably just have to put it in front of about every number dialled, thus giving everyone in the country an 11 digit phone number. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: ISO8601 [was] Re: Pointless, Badly-Written Module.

2001-03-27 Thread Chris Devers
meaning. I guess that special meaning evaporates under 10 digit schemes... PS That single-\n paragraph formatting is evil, IMO. Yeah I know, I don't like it either. Blame Eudora... -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: ISO8601 [was] Re: Pointless, Badly-Written Module.

2001-03-28 Thread Chris Devers
good pervasive naming scheme and the underlying numbers can get arbitrarily complex without bothering anyone. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Job: I'm looking for one..

2001-03-28 Thread Chris Devers
n industry will implode. 'course that could mean I need a new job, but we'll see :) [1] You mean I have to look forward to another 40 years of these damn meetings? I think Martin Blank had the right idea: "will there be meetings?" "...sure!" "No meetings." *bl

Re: Job: I'm looking for one..

2001-03-28 Thread Chris Devers
At 10:49 PM 28.3.2001 +0100, Simon Cozens wrote: On Wed, Mar 28, 2001 at 04:45:09PM -0500, Chris Devers wrote: Heh -- they're one of my company's main competitors. I don't know the first thing about them *cough*. Hey, that's not good, you know. :) Well, yeah, I suppose. :) I just keep our

RE: Perl Certification Drive

2001-03-29 Thread Chris Devers
can talk to my bosses and see if they would want to pursue something with you. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED] webmaster work: 781.270.5372 Skillcheck aol-im: chdevers

RE: Perl Certification Drive

2001-03-29 Thread Chris Devers
, forgot to paste a couple URLs: http://www.skillcheck.com/products/it/ (crappy page -- no content) http://www.skillcheck.com/products/general/featben.html http://www.skillcheck.com/products/general/testmaking.html Sorry if this is inappropriate. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Job: I'm looking for one..

2001-03-29 Thread Chris Devers
At 04:42 AM 29.3.2001 -0500, Dave Cross wrote: O'Reilly wil like it cos they get to sell 'Perl For PCSE(stage 1)' etc .. Ooh. I think you've just given me an idea for my next book :) "Gary Numan's guide to the PCSE"... ;) -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Books

2001-04-04 Thread Chris Devers
store) in Burlington.ma.us has sold 17 copies of your book over February and March, as compared to roughly 3x as many copies of the Camel book. Not bad, considering how many Perl books are out there by now. Just so's you know. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Grammar (was: Re: Linux.com Online Chat)

2001-04-04 Thread Chris Devers
, but it was a *fun* show to see... :) -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Torvalds not impressed with OS X

2001-04-09 Thread Chris Devers
rol most of the behavior of the GUI from these config files if you know what you're doing. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Buffy? .. naah .. wait till you see this

2001-04-26 Thread Chris Devers
://www.google.com/search?q=cache:www.c-cup.com/linux/software-that-works.html) -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Good Accountants

2001-04-26 Thread Chris Devers
ยท Expose the overall page structure 'course you need a newer browser for it to work as advertised, but it seems to me like a clever solution to the problem... -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: TPC Travel

2001-05-02 Thread Chris Devers
the best Hitchcock movie, at that. Pfft. ;) So are any of you still thinking of going to NYC, while we're at it? -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: TPC Travel

2001-05-02 Thread Chris Devers
At 03:50 PM 2001.05.02 +0100, Cross David - dcross wrote: Er... yeah. We got back yesterday! Doh! I thought you were all rioting for Mayday yesterday. I can only assume your return date was not a coincidence -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: putting escape characters in files

2001-05-11 Thread Chris Devers
,sed,awkperl binaries are all fscked? :-) How about piping to lp then? Load up enough paper and you can pause as long as you'd like... ;) -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: see attachment

2001-05-11 Thread Chris Devers
cameos by Dr Who Willow (on a pony), who will show how to prepare for the coming Y2K crisis. That covers most of 'em. Drink up! -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: see attachment

2001-05-12 Thread Chris Devers
On Sat, 12 May 2001, Greg McCarroll wrote: * Chris Devers ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: At 10:06 PM 2001.05.09 +0100, Grep wrote: well i had 15 minutes to spare so i decided to do this ... Lessee... Let's make a film, London.pm - the Movie! What a great idea! Can

Re: A look over the shoulder of an XP programmer (auf deutsch)

2001-05-16 Thread Chris Devers
At 03:22 PM 2001.05.16 +0100, Simon Cozens wrote: That's not argument, it's just contradiction! Ahh, you must be looking for a different forum then. Try Castro's site. ;) -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Announce] Hackspoitation film fest

2001-05-24 Thread Chris Devers
trailer kind of way. I don't think it did his career any harm at all. A couple weeks ago, we hired a girl named Julie Andrews. Everyone keeps fighting the urge to ask her to sing for us. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Tie::Hash::Regex vs Tie::RegexpHash

2001-05-25 Thread Chris Devers
At 02:18 PM 2001.05.25 +0100, Dave Cross wrote: [1] Hmmm... note to self - see if you can come up with a tied hash that abbreviates to T::H::C. Semi-plausible: Tie::Hash::Complex Not-plausible: Tie::Hash::Cannabis Might see the light of day?: Tie::Hash::Conway -- Chris Devers

Re: www.gateway.gov.uk

2001-06-13 Thread Chris Devers
refers to nearby Literate Mississippi, where the joke, it is generally noticed, is missed entirely by the locals. -- Chris Devers [EMAIL PROTECTED] webmaster work: 781.270.5372 Skillcheck aol-im: chdevers

Re: (Open|Net)BSD local root exploit

2001-06-17 Thread Chris Devers
On Sat, 16 Jun 2001, David Cantrell wrote: As there's plenty of BSDers here, and I expect that at least some of you don't subscribe to Bugtraq and friends ... http://www.securityfocus.com/vdb/?id=2873 Does this count as the end of [Net?]BSD's $years of having no exploits? -- Chris