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autodie - Replace functions with ones that succeed or die with lexical scope 40 ++

bIlujDI' yIchegh()Qo'; yIHegh()! It is better to die() than to return() in failure. -- Klingon programming proverb. The "autodie" pragma provides a convenient way to replace functions that normally return false on failure with equivalents that throw ...

PJF/autodie-2.25   (5 reviews) - 02 Apr 2014 22:44:34 GMT - Search in distribution

autodie::variables - Safe user and group ID variables 1 ++

This module overrides the magic on the user and group ID variables ($<, $>, $(, $)) to throw errors when assignment to them fails. AUTHOR Leon Timmermans <leont@cpan.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Leon Timmermans. T...

LEONT/autodie-variables-0.005 - 26 Dec 2012 23:37:32 GMT - Search in distribution


rig - import groups of favorite/related modules with a single expression ++

This module allows you to organize and bundle your favorite modules, thus reducing the recurring task of "use"ing them in your programs, and implicitly requesting imports by default. You can rig your bundles in 2 places: * A file called ".perlrig" in...

RODRIGO/rig-0.04 - 07 Aug 2011 08:39:15 GMT - Search in distribution
  • rig - import groups of favorite/related modules with a single expression

Daiku - Make for Perl 4 ++

Daiku is yet another build system for Perl5. FUNCTIONS "desc $desc:Str" Description of following task. "task $name:Str, \@deps:ArrayRef[Str]" "task $name:Str, \@deps:ArrayRef[Str], \&callback" "task $name:Str, $deps:Str" "task $name:Str, $deps:Str, \...

SONGMU/Daiku-1.001 - 11 May 2014 12:39:55 GMT - Search in distribution

icli - Icinga Command Line Interface ++

icli is a command line interface to Icinga. By default it lists all services and their states. Note that when supplying custom config and status file paths, icli also works with Nagios. 100% compatibility is not guaranteed, however. icli only works w...

DERF/App-Icli-0.48 - 13 Jun 2014 20:17:25 GMT - Search in distribution

sanity - The ONLY meta pragma you'll ever need! 2 ++

Modern::Perl? common::sense? no nonsense? use latest? Everybody has their own opinion on what pragmas and modules are "required" for every person to use. These opinions turn into "personal pragmas", so that people don't have to type several "use" lin...

BBYRD/sanity-1.02 - 22 Jun 2013 18:28:50 GMT - Search in distribution

nextgen - enable all of the features of next-generation perl 5 with one command ++
ECARROLL/nextgen-0.06 - 08 Oct 2010 15:58:55 GMT - Search in distribution

errors - Error Handling for Perl ++

The "errors" module adds clean, simple, sane, flexible and usable error handling to Perl. The module does several things: First, "errors" exports a error handling syntax that is backwards compatible with Error.pm, but with a few improvements. Error.p...

INGY/Error-errors-0.03 - 11 Jul 2009 19:02:42 GMT - Search in distribution

perl5i - Fix as much of Perl 5 as possible in one pragma 19 ++

Perl 5 has a lot of warts. There's a lot of individual modules and techniques out there to fix those warts. perl5i aims to pull the best of them together into one module so you can turn them on all at once. This includes adding features, changing exi...

MSCHWERN/perl5i-v2.12.0 - 11 Jun 2013 01:15:26 GMT - Search in distribution
  • perl5ifaq - Frequently Asked Questions about perl5i

dthumb - Generate Thumbnails + Index for a set of images ++

dthumb will create an index.xhtml with a list (thumbnails) of all images found in the current directory; the thumbnails will link to the images. It uses a javascript lightbox (see <http://www.huddletogether.com/projects/lightbox/>) to display the ima...

DERF/dthumb-0.2 - 04 Mar 2011 08:32:40 GMT - Search in distribution

utf8::all - turn on Unicode - all of it 16 ++

utf8 allows you to write your Perl encoded in UTF-8. That means UTF-8 strings, variable names, and regular expressions. "utf8::all" goes further, and makes @ARGV encoded in UTF-8, and filehandles are opened with UTF-8 encoding turned on by default (i...

DOHERTY/utf8-all-0.011   (2 reviews) - 03 Aug 2013 14:13:02 GMT - Search in distribution

tidyall - Recursively find all Perl sources and run perltidy on them all ++

'tidyall' looks for perl sources in the input directory and its children and runs the perltidy pretty printer on each source file it finds. The first time tidyall executes, it will store the modification times of the source files and on the next run,...

JRCOUNTS/Test-Approvals-v0.0.5 - 11 May 2013 12:10:31 GMT - Search in distribution
  • versionall - Recursively find Perl sources and update version numbers
  • criticizeall - Recursively find Perl sources and run perlcritic on them all

csv2pdf - A simple but yet powerful LaTeX::Table example application. 1 ++

Converts a CSV file to PDF. Requires LaTeX. EXAMPLE csv2pdf --landscape --theme Redmond --in examples/imdbtop40.dat CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT "csv2pdf" does not support configuration files or environment variables. DEPENDENCIES LaTeX. autodie, Ca...

LIMAONE/LaTeX-Table-v1.0.6 - 26 Oct 2010 02:44:08 GMT - Search in distribution

Acme::Fatal - Replace statements with equivalents which succeed or die ++

autodie detects failure in I/O operations and operations that result in system calls which may fail, and automatically raises an alarm. Acme::Fatal takes this a step further and detects false result status of individual statements. SEE ALSO autodie. ...

SWALTERS/Acme-Fatal-0.01 - 19 Jan 2009 20:16:14 GMT - Search in distribution

Backticks - Use `backticks` like objects! ++
KILNA/Backticks-v1.0.9 - 30 Aug 2012 19:18:01 GMT - Search in distribution

Stepford - A vaguely Rake/Make/Cake-like thing for Perl - create steps and let a planner run them 3 ++

NOTE: This is alpha code. You have been warned! Stepford provides a framework for running a set of steps that are dependent on other steps. At a high level, this is a lot like Make, Rake, etc. However, the actual implementation is fairly different. C...

DROLSKY/Stepford-0.002005 - 30 Jun 2014 16:58:17 GMT - Search in distribution

TSQL::AST - 'Abstract Syntax Tree' for TSQL. ++

This only provides a very broad brush parse of TSQL. It aims to be accurate in what it does parse, but not to provide any great detail. Currently it recursively recognises the major block structure elements of TSQL. This is still *ALPHA* quality soft...

DEDMEDVED/TSQL-AST-0.02 - 08 Jan 2013 15:44:27 GMT - Search in distribution

App::MyPerl - Your very own set of perl defaults, on a global or per project basis 2 ++

A ".pm or .pl" file usually requires some preamble to get some defaults right. # important ones use strict; use warnings; # good use autodie qw(:all); # better exceptions use Try::Tiny; use Carp; On top of that you might find Scalar::Util, List::Util...

MSTROUT/App-MyPerl-0.003000 - 20 Jul 2013 18:02:49 GMT - Search in distribution

perlfunc - Perl builtin functions 210 ++

The functions in this section can serve as terms in an expression. They fall into two major categories: list operators and named unary operators. These differ in their precedence relationship with a following comma. (See the precedence table in perlo...

RJBS/perl-5.20.0   (5 reviews) - 27 May 2014 01:35:13 GMT - Search in distribution




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