feature - Perl pragma to enable new features River stage five • 10198 direct dependents • 30227 total dependents

It is usually impossible to add new syntax to Perl without breaking some existing programs. This pragma provides a way to minimize that risk. New syntactic constructs, or new semantic meanings to older constructs, can be enabled by "use feature 'foo'...

XSAWYERX/perl-5.30.0 - 22 May 2019 09:35:50 GMT - Search in distribution

EEDB::Feature River stage zero No dependents

JMS/EdgeExpressDB_0.953h - 18 May 2009 07:45:42 GMT - Search in distribution

HTML::Feature - Extract Feature Sentences From HTML Documents River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

This module extracst blocks of feature sentences out of an HTML document. Version 3.0, we provide three engines. 1. LDRFullFeed Use wedata's databaase that is compatible for LDR Full Feed. see -> http://wedata.net/help/about ( Japanse only ) 2. Googl...

MIKI/HTML-Feature-3.00011 - 13 May 2010 07:33:28 GMT - Search in distribution

Padre::Feature - Constants to support currying of feature_* config options River stage two • 60 direct dependents • 60 total dependents

Padre::Config contains a series of "feature" settings, stored in the "feature_*" configuration namespace. These settings are intended to allow the optional removal of unwanted features (and their accompanying bloat), and the optional inclusion of exp...

PLAVEN/Padre-1.00 - 09 Nov 2013 05:08:58 GMT - Search in distribution

NetSDS::Feature - abstract application feature River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Application "features" are Perl5 packages with unified API for easy integration of some functionality into NetSDS applications infrastructure. "NetSDS::Feature" module contains superclass for application features providing the following common featur...

RATTLER/NetSDS-1.301 - 12 Nov 2009 18:01:06 GMT - Search in distribution

Entities::Feature - A certain functionality, or just plan feature, that customers can use. River stage zero No dependents

A feature is just a name for some functionality or feature in your webapp, that you want to limit the availability of to certain privileged customers only. A feature is the basis of feature-based authorization. NOTE: you are not meant to create featu...

IDOPEREL/Entities-0.5 - 04 May 2013 13:30:43 GMT - Search in distribution

Perlmazing::Feature - Use strict and warnigns and enable all modern features from your Perl version in a single call. River stage zero No dependents

ZARABOZO/Perlmazing-1.2814 - 09 Feb 2019 10:42:20 GMT - Search in distribution
  • Perlmazing::Engine - Have your functions load their code and associated modules only when needed, automagically.

lib/Enbld/Feature.pm River stage zero No dependents

MAGNOLIA/Enbld-0.7041 - 09 Feb 2015 13:36:06 GMT - Search in distribution

latest - Use the latest Perl features River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 7 total dependents

The line use latest; is roughly equivalent to use strict; use warnings; use $]; except that 'use $]' doesn't work. The main use case is to use latest; at the top of your tests to shake out any obscure problems that might result from your code being u...

ANDYA/latest-0.03 - 25 Jun 2009 13:21:01 GMT - Search in distribution

Bio::Das::Feature - A genomic annotation River stage zero No dependents

A Bio::Das::Segment::Feature object contains information about a feature on the genome retrieve from a DAS server. Each feature -- also known as an "annotation" -- has a start and end position on the genome relative to a reference sequence, as well a...

LDS/Bio-Das-1.17 - 29 Jun 2010 19:43:55 GMT - Search in distribution

Geo::JSON::Feature - object representing a geojson Feature River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 5 total dependents

A GeoJSON object with a geometry attribute of a single Geometry object and an optional properties attribute. A geometry object is one of the following: * Geo::JSON::Point * Geo::JSON::MultiPoint * Geo::JSON::LineString * Geo::JSON::MultiLineString * ...

MJEMMESON/Geo-JSON-0.007 - 16 Feb 2015 14:31:09 GMT - Search in distribution

WiX3::XML::Feature - Defines a Feature tag. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 7 total dependents

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CSJEWELL/WiX3-0.011 - 05 Jun 2011 16:18:34 GMT - Search in distribution

CPAN::Meta::Feature - an optional feature provided by a CPAN distribution River stage five • 467 direct dependents • 18594 total dependents

A CPAN::Meta::Feature object describes an optional feature offered by a CPAN distribution and specified in the distribution's META.json (or META.yml) file. For the most part, this class will only be used when operating on the result of the "feature" ...

DAGOLDEN/CPAN-Meta-2.150010 - 18 Aug 2016 16:11:08 GMT - Search in distribution

Syntax::Feature::In - provides an "in" operator as a replacement for smartmatch River stage zero No dependents

This modules imports the "in" operator. It can be used as in infix operator: $foo |in| $bar Or in a more traditional way: in->($foo, $bar) It does a simplified version of smartmatch as described in match::simple....

IRONCAMEL/Syntax-Feature-In-0.0003 - 13 Dec 2014 11:21:25 GMT - Search in distribution

Syntax::Feature::Io - Provides IO::All River stage zero No dependents

This is a syntax feature extension for syntax providing IO::All. Not much additional use is provided, besides much easier access if you are already using syntax in one way or another....

PHAYLON/Syntax-Feature-Io-0.001 - 29 Jan 2011 20:09:10 GMT - Search in distribution

Syntax::Feature::Qi - Remove the same indendation from all lines in a string River stage two • 11 direct dependents • 17 total dependents

This is a syntax extension to be used with syntax. It provides two quote-like operators, "qi" and "qqi". They are drop-in replacements for "q" and "qq", respectively. They work like this: First they find the first line in the string with a non-white ...

CSSON/Syntax-Feature-Qi-1.0000 - 16 Apr 2016 10:53:42 GMT - Search in distribution

Syntax::Feature::Ql - Turns a quoted string into a single line River stage zero No dependents

This is a syntax extension feature suitable for the syntax extension dispatcher. It provides two new quote-like operators named "ql" and "qql". These work in the same way as "q" and "qq" (including the ability to change the delimiters), except they p...

PHAYLON/Syntax-Feature-Ql-0.001000 - 04 Dec 2011 16:54:41 GMT - Search in distribution

Syntax::Feature::Qn - Perl syntax extension for line-based quoting River stage zero No dependents

This module adds line-based quoting operators to Perl, similar to here-docs, but without the required outdenting. The qn() and qqn() operators are drop-in replacements for q() and qq(), respectively. The same delimiter rules apply. The quote body is ...

JRM/Syntax-Feature-Qn-0.06 - 19 Jan 2017 06:20:00 GMT - Search in distribution

Syntax::Feature::Qs - Trim leading whitespace from all lines in a string River stage two • 7 direct dependents • 12 total dependents

This is a syntax extension to be used with syntax. It provides two quote-like operators, "qs" and "qqs". They are drop-in replacements for "q" and "qq", respectively. Their purpose is to automatically trim leading and trailing horizontal whitespace o...

CSSON/Syntax-Feature-Qs-1.0000 - 12 Feb 2017 12:09:15 GMT - Search in distribution

Syntax::Feature::Qwa - qwa(), qwh() and qwk() quote-like operators to create arrayrefs and hashrefs River stage zero No dependents

Perl's word list operator ("qw()") is really nice. It allows you to build simple lists without needing much punctuation. But it's quite common to see it wrapped by additional punctuation in the form of: my $array = [qw(foo bar baz)]; It would be quit...

TOBYINK/Syntax-Feature-Qwa-0.002 - 10 Sep 2014 23:15:06 GMT - Search in distribution

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