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fletcher/MMD-Support · GitHub
Various utility files to expand the features of MultiMarkdown 3.0 — Read more
markdown  utilities  perl 
april 2012 by deusx
The Phrasebook Pattern
Not unlike templates for (X)HTML? "The Phrasebook pattern is a technique to separate expressions in one language (e.g., SQL) from the main code that is written in another programming language (e.g., Perl). This is done by keeping the expressions in a separate file – the phrasebook. Any specific expression is generated by finding the appropriate entry in the phrasebook and substituting application parameters into it. This separation makes maintenance easier both for the main application code and for the foreign language code."
phrasebook  sql  perl  scripting  webdev 
november 2008 by deusx
Mojo Web Framework
"Back in the early days of the web there was this wonderful Perl library called CGI.pm , many people only learned Perl because of it. It was simple enough to get started without knowing much about the language and powerful enough to keep you going, learning by doing was much fun. While most of the techniques used are outdated now, the idea behind it is not. Mojo is a new attempt at implementing this idea using state of the art technology. "
perl  webdev  webframeworks  frameworks  mojo 
november 2008 by deusx
Dynamic programming futures | InfoWorld | Test Center | October 13, 2008 | By Peter Wayner, IDG News Service
"What will the world of dynamic programming languages and Web applications look like in five years? This is one of those highly personal and deeply philosophical questions best saved for after dessert is served, the drinks are poured, and the sidearms are safely locked away."
webdev  programming  scripting  javascript  ruby  python  perl 
october 2008 by deusx
Chirpy! - A Free Quote Manager
"Chirpy! is an Open Source online quote management system. It allows you to keep a database of quotes by friends and foes. It is most useful for quotes collected on IRC channels."
irc  quotes  perl 
may 2008 by deusx
Infobots and Purl - The Perl Journal, Summer 1998
"Enter the infobot: an autonomous program that converses with users. Infobots are an ongoing experiment in how we can interact as communities with a common institutional memory."
perl  purl  infobots  socialsoftware 
february 2008 by deusx
How to Fix CGI - majordojo
"the goal of mod_perlite is to run single Perl scripts in the Apache process space, caching Perl bytecode as it goes, but flushing script memory after every request. Installation is also incredibly simple, and 100% analogous to PHP installation."
perl  apache  webdev  php 
november 2007 by deusx
Miscellany: INSERT COIN
"This little perl program allows you to set the "Ready Message" on HP printers to whatever you'd like."
perl  insertcoin  hp  printers  hacks  funny 
october 2007 by deusx
hpsetdisp.pl (INSERT COIN)
"Connects to a JetDirect equipped HP printer and uses HP's control language to set the ready message on the LCD display. Takes an IP address and message on the command line. My favorite message is "INSERT COIN"."
funny  hacks  perl  hp  printers 
october 2007 by deusx
Infotropism – There’s a new Perl blog in town
"Enter Perl Buzz, a new blog set up by Andy Lester and myself. I think of Perl Buzz as “the shiny, happy Perl blog”, and I’m not ashamed to pimp it out with every web 2.0 gimcrack and widget we can find."
metablogging  perl  blogs 
august 2007 by deusx
Learning Perl the Hard Way
"In presenting Perl features, I tried to find examples that are interesting in their own right, and that encourage the reader to explore Perl's features."
programming  perl  books 
april 2007 by deusx
lgf: The Clueless Leading the Blind
"Daily Kos...using Ruby on Rails instead of mod_perl. Oh brother." Wow. And PHP/Zend ridiculed because Jews are involved. Creepy nutters.
politics  rubyonrails  perl  webdev  wtf  creepy  nutters 
february 2007 by deusx
BBspot - Yahoo Erotica Editor Fired for Excessive Programming
"if you want to check on the latest kink on regsex.com, for example, and forget the 's', you end up at regex.com, and banner-ads for all sorts of geeky stuff jump right into your face -- I mean, what's a young dude supposed to do?"
funny  perl  yahoo  pr0n 
october 2006 by deusx
Joel on Software - Language Wars
"FogBugz is written in Wasabi, a very advanced, functional-programming dialect of Basic with closures and lambdas and Rails-like active records that can be compiled down to VBScript, JavaScript, PHP4 or PHP5."
what  languages  webdev  wasabi  python  java  php  perl  rails 
september 2006 by deusx
Labnotes - Why Processes Scale Better Than Threads
"The solution was to force developers to build separate units of work that can run in a multi-threaded environment without conflicts, and scale to more than one server. What comes naturally to every PHP and Perl developer had to be forced down the throat
programming  webdev  java  perl  php  threading  processes 
september 2006 by deusx
Software Holy Wars- A Conscientious Objection
"Humans are naturally evangelistic creatures, so it's not surprising that we proselytize for the choices we've made, trying to share them and encouraging others to share our experience."
holywars  compsci  programming  perl  python 
july 2006 by deusx
DJabberd: XMPP server where everything is a plugin.
"DJabberd is a high-performance, scalable, extensible Jabber/XMPP server framework."
jabber  perl  chat 
july 2006 by deusx
O'Reilly Radar > The Perl Infobot
"Tim mentioned the Perl infobot in passing, subject of a great Perl Journal article many years ago."
irc  chat  perl  purl  chatbots  bots 
april 2006 by deusx
Amazon Web Services Developer Connection: s3sync -- a simple rsync look-alike ...
"Attached is a new version of my s3 perl command line script to access S3 and a new s3sync perl script that has rsync-like functionality."
perl  s3 
april 2006 by deusx
Annotated blosxom.cgi
"This is version 0.9 of the Blosxom 2 annotations, by Frank Hecker <hecker@hecker.org>"
blosxom  perl 
april 2006 by deusx
Plagger - Trac
"Plagger is a pluggable RSS/Atom feed aggregator written in Perl. Everything is implemented as a small plugin and you can mash them up together using Plagger core API and plugin hooks."
hackingfeeds  perl  rss  atom 
march 2006 by deusx
Ingy and the Blög: Jemplate - A Template Toolkit for Javascript
"It is a complete port of Perl's ubiquitous Template Toolkit."
webdev  perl  javascript  programming 
february 2006 by deusx
apache friends - xampp
"XAMPP is an easy to install Apache distribution containing MySQL, PHP and Perl."
lamp  mysql  apache  php  perl 
october 2005 by deusx
bulknews.typepad.com: Atom Stream
"Brad released a prototype for Atom Stream server for LiveJournal today, Ben was working on TypePad to support the upstream push from TypePad weblogs."
xml  atom  syndication  metablogging  perl  webdev  programming 
august 2005 by deusx
Stupidfool.org: The Joy of Splicing
"but sometimes I like to see a combined view of just her activity in the past couple of days: all of the posts aggregated from her various feeds, combined into reverse chronological order."
xml  feeds  aggregation  syndication  rss  perl 
august 2005 by deusx
MailMan-to-RSS: MailMan RSS feeds
" I've hacked up a quick Perl script which scrapes a MailMan list archive and generates an RSS feed of the most recent articles."
rss  syndication  perl 
july 2005 by deusx
Pugs - pugscode
"Pugs is an implementation of Perl 6, written in Haskell." What, you couldn't've written it in Perl 5? :)
perl 
march 2005 by deusx
this is sippey.typepad.com: markdown for windows
"Taking inspiration from Merlin Mann's fantastic 43 Folders, here's a quick hint for those of you who are just dying to use John Gruber's Markdown ... on Windows."
markdown  windows  hacks  perl 
february 2005 by deusx
nms - web programs written by experts
"nms is a set of web programs that are intended as drop-in replacments for the scripts at Matt's Script Archive." Wow, someone actually did it.
perl  cgi  webdev  programming 
february 2005 by deusx
Reformed Perl - Third millenium syntax for Perl 5 OOP (Software will save us)
"Enter Reformed Perl, a pragma that pulls Perl 5 OOP syntax into the year 2004." Finally, something interesting happening with perl?
perl  programming 
september 2004 by deusx
Journal of jjohn (22): why PHP 0wnz mod_perl
"mod_perl is dying because it solves the wrong problem." It also seems like perl itself has been chasing its own tail for a few years now.
perl  webdev 
september 2004 by deusx
AMF::Perl - Flash Remoting in Perl and Python
"Open source Perl and Python implementation of Macromedia's AMF protocol" Oooh, must investigate this.
flash  perl  python 
september 2004 by deusx
notes on: perl lightning talks, impressionistically rendered
"Randal Schwartz (looks like Randal. Certainly wearing Randal-like clothes. He's the Hooter's guy, right? I always get him and Tom Phoenix confused. Okay, definitely Randal.)"
funny  perl 
july 2004 by deusx
LaughingMeme: Cascading Prerequisites
"...the game is to find the single module with the largest dependency tree, that will bring in the highest number of high quality libraries on a virgin install." All hail the mighty CPAN
perl 
july 2004 by deusx
PDL - The Perl Data Language
"PDL (``Perl Data Language'') gives standard Perl the ability to compactly store and speedily manipulate the large N-dimensional data arrays which are the bread and butter of scientific computing."
math  perl 
june 2004 by deusx
use Perl | mod_perl Presence Dying at OSCON
Seems like the shine is wearing off Perl these days...
perl  programming  webdev 
june 2004 by deusx
Axis of Ævil » The Feng Shui of CPAN
"...if you see a mirror with google ads or other advertising, know that it is not to be called a CPAN mirror."
opensource  perl 
june 2004 by deusx
Movable Type Must Die!
I see. Someone (namely, the author of Maypole) has thought about making a Movable Type replacement with Maypole.
mt  perl  webdev 
may 2004 by deusx
Build Web apps with Maypole
I'm a bit surprised no one's tried making a clone of MovableType with Maypole
perl  webdev 
may 2004 by deusx
Perl Spectrum Emulator
"It's a spectrum emulator! Written 100% in perl! Woo! Yay! Houpla!" Frightening. Truly it is.
oldschool  perl 
may 2004 by deusx
Perl RSS-fetcher XML::RSS::TimingBot
"If you're writing an RSS-fetcher in Perl, you should use this module instead of LWP::UserAgent"
perl  rss  syndication 
april 2004 by deusx
search.cpan.org: Acme::EyeDrops
Very nifty. ASCII art as perl program
perl 
march 2004 by deusx
Cocoa Dev Central: Cocoa and Perl
There's More Than One Way to Do It
cocoa  perl 
march 2004 by deusx
mnot - cgi_buffer
"cgi_buffer is a group of libraries (for Perl, Python and PHP) that automatically handle performance-improving HTTP features that most Web servers don't implement (at least for scripts)"
perl  php  python  webdev 
january 2004 by deusx

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