Acme::Buffy - An encoding scheme for Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

The first time you run a program under "use Acme::Buffy", the module removes most of the unsightly characters from your source file. The code continues to work exactly as it did before, but now it looks like this: use Acme::Buffy; BUffY bUFFY BUffY b...

LBROCARD/Acme-Buffy-1.6 - 19 Jul 2011 09:58:55 GMT

Acme::Test::Buffy - example Test::Builder testing module River stage zero No dependents

The reason for writing this module is to demonstrate how you can write testing modules that work together with Test::Builder. It also shows how to test such modules with Test::Builder::Tester. Look at the source code (which is heavily commented) for ...

MARKF/Acme-Test-Buffy-0.02 - 23 Aug 2004 20:23:16 GMT

Acme::MetaSyntactic::buffy - The Buffy theme River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The characters from London.pm's favorite serial. Courtesy of <http://buffyology.johnhorner.nu/>....

BOOK/Acme-MetaSyntactic-Themes-1.052 - 29 Oct 2018 22:34:56 GMT

Acme::Pony - An encoding scheme for Silly People River stage zero No dependents

The first time you run a program under "use Acme::Pony", the module removes all that nasty text stuff from your source file, turning it into a lovely ASCII-art rendition of a pony. In the spirit of other london.pm modules, the ASCII-art will consist ...

DCANTRELL/Acme-Pony-1.1.2 - 10 Jul 2001 07:07:17 GMT

Acme::Buckaroo - Buckaroo Banzai Characters Infest Your Code! River stage zero No dependents

The first time you run this program, the entire text of the program after the 'use Acme::Buckaroo;' is converted (character by character) into characters from the movie "Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eigth Dimension" (and some other phrases, too). The p...

KEVINRICE/Acme-Buckaroo-1.02 - 14 Jun 2002 02:47:29 GMT

Acme::EyeDrops - Visual Programming in Perl River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

"Acme::EyeDrops" converts a Perl program into an equivalent one, but without all those unsightly letters and numbers. In a Visual Programming breakthrough, EyeDrops allows you to pour the generated program into various shapes, such as UML diagrams, e...

ASAVIGE/Acme-EyeDrops-1.62 - 12 Apr 2015 06:43:50 GMT

Acme::DonMartin - For programs that are easy to dictate over the telephone River stage zero No dependents

Perl is a very difficult language to dictate over the phone. All those pesky punctuation characters and gruesome glyphs make it very laborious to speak out loud. To compound the problem, most people can't even agree on what something as basic as "#" ...

DLAND/Acme-DonMartin-0.09 - 03 Nov 2006 10:58:05 GMT

Acme::DoubleHelix - Double-helix programming River stage zero No dependents

Acme::DoubleHelix obfuscates codes in Double-helix style. This is inspired by MeowChow's double helix obfuscation at Perlmonks and Conway's Acme::Bleach....

XERN/Acme-DoubleHelix-0.01 - 07 Dec 2002 17:18:12 GMT

Acme::Phlegethoth - Improve your code's readability, if you're an Ancient One River stage zero No dependents

Acme::Phlegethoth improves the readability of your Perl programs to the Elder Gods. This may accelerate a debugging session where you feel compelled to invoke them. After all, if you're outsourcing development to Cthulhu, you'd better damn well be su...

RCAPUTO/Acme-Phlegethoth-1.05 - 19 Dec 2009 23:04:16 GMT

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