Search results for "module:Acme::Current"
Acme::Current::Forever - Acme::Current workalike that doesn't require you to update every bloody day
This module replaces Randal L Schwartz' Acme::Current with a module with an identical API that never needs updating. "Acme::Current" gives you all the power of those myriad of date/time modules without all that complexity, as long as all you want is ...JESSE/Acme-Current-Forever-1.00 - 07 Aug 2003 23:32:45 UTC
Acme::Terror - Fetch the current US terror alert level
22 Sep 2005 21:47:40 UTC
Acme::URM - URM (unlimited register machine) emulation
This module gives you the methods needed to emulate an URM in Perl. Why? Because we can. What is URM? URM stands for unlimited register machine. URM has unlimited number of registers: R0, R1, ... Those contain natural numbers: r0, r1, ... Default val...CYGA/Acme-URM-0.01 - 17 Mar 2009 12:06:09 UTC
Acme::RTB - Perl extension for building realtimebattle bots
This module will allow you to create bots for battling with realtimebattle. <http://realtimebattle.sourceforge.net/>...ANARION/Acme-RTB-0.01 - 19 Apr 2003 23:02:56 UTC
Acme::Tao - strongly suggests proper respect for the Tao
Everyone knows that the Tao is not constant. But some people just might not get it. To make sure no one tries to use constant Tao in a program with your module, put a "use Acme::Tao" at the top of your code. If Tao has been made constant by time your...JSMITH/Acme-Tao-0.03 - 23 Mar 2004 09:01:11 UTC
Acme::Cow - Talking barnyard animals (or ASCII art in general)
Acme::Cow is the logical evolution of the old cowsay program. Cows are derived from a base class (Acme::Cow) or from external files. Cows can be made to say or think many things, optionally filling and justifying their text out to a given margin, Cow...HADFL/Acme-Cow-0.2.1 - 24 Jul 2023 19:28:17 UTC
Acme::FSM - pseudo Finite State Machine.
(disclaimer) Acme::FSM is currently in proof-of-concept state. There's a plan to accompany it with Acme::FSM::Simple with all diagnostics avoided and run time checks in place. And then with Acme::FSM::Tiny with run time checks stripped. Also, see BUG...WHYNOT/Acme-FSM-v2.3.5 - 29 Dec 2022 21:53:47 UTC
Acme::6502 - Pure Perl 65C02 simulator.
Imagine the nightmare scenario: your boss tells you about a legacy system you have to support. How bad could it be? COBOL? Fortran? Worse: it's an embedded 6502 system run by a family of squirrels (see Dilberts passim). Fortunately there's a pure Per...BRICAS/Acme-6502-0.77 - 28 Aug 2012 18:24:08 UTC
Acme::Damn - 'Unbless' Perl objects.
Acme::Damn provides a single routine, damn(), which takes a blessed reference (a Perl object), and *unblesses* it, to return the original reference. EXPORT By default, Acme::Damn exports the method damn() into the current namespace. Aliases for damn(...IBB/Acme-Damn-0.08 - 02 Dec 2016 20:48:00 UTC
Acme::Nooo - But I don't care if "It Has Objects"!
Tired of "object-fetishist" modules that force you to create a handle object when a simple procedural interface would have been sufficient? "Acme::Nooo" will import functions into the current namespace to de-objectify abominable interfaces. use Acme:...SEANO/Acme-Nooo-0.02 - 20 Oct 2007 16:02:34 UTC
Acme::Holy - Test whether references are blessed.
Acme::Holy provides a single routine, holy(), which returns the name of the package an object has been "bless"ed into, or "undef", if its first argument is not a blessed reference. Isn't this what "ref()" does already? Yes, and no. If given a blessed...IBB/Acme-Holy-0.03 - 16 Jun 2003 03:08:51 UTC
Acme::Terror::AU - Fetch the current AU terror alert level
Gets the currrent terrorist threat level in Australia. The levels are either... CRITICAL - an attack is expected imminently SEVERE - an attack is likely SUBSTANTIAL - an attack is a strong possibility MODERATE - an attack is possible but not likely L...ADAMK/Acme-Terror-AU-0.01 - 07 Aug 2006 16:39:56 UTC
Acme::Terror::NL - Fetch the current NL terror alert level
Gets the currrent terrorist threat level in the Netherlands. The levels are either... CRITICAL - there are strong indications that an attack will occur SUBSTANTIAL - there is a realistic possibility that an attack will occur LIMITED - it appears that...BLOM/Acme-Terror-NL-0.04 - 13 Mar 2013 13:51:18 UTC
Acme::Terror::UK - Fetch the current UK terror alert level
Gets the currrent terrorist threat level in the UK. The levels are either... CRITICAL - an attack is expected imminently SEVERE - an attack is likely SUBSTANTIAL - an attack is a strong possibility MODERATE - an attack is possible but not likely LOW ...RPRICE/Acme-Terror-UK-0.06 - 14 May 2010 13:39:28 UTC
Acme::Hidek - Virtual net personality Hidek
Acme::Hidek provides APIs to access the information on hidek. This module is written to congratulate the 40th birthday of hidek. Happy birthday hidek!...GFUJI/Acme-Hidek-44.0 - 02 Sep 2014 13:56:09 UTC
Acme::Wabby - Create semi-random sentences based upon a body of text.
This module is used to create semi-random sentences based on a body of text. It uses a markov-like method of storing probabilities of word transitions. It is good for annoying people on IRC, AIM, or other such fun mediums. Acme::Wabby only provides a...POZNICK/Acme-Wabby-0.13 - 21 Sep 2005 17:32:22 UTC
Acme::Dahut - A module for the Higher Circles
Acme::Dahut is the produce of the deranged imaginations of the #axkit Higher Circles. As far as I know, it's the only module the constructor of which returns a blessed LVALUE. But this is to be expected, as it powerfully captures the business logic o...RBERJON/Acme-Dahut-0.42 - 30 Nov 2001 19:44:53 UTC
Acme::Loopy - loop keyword
This is really just a test/experiment with Keyword::Simple. It gives you a keyword "loop" which acts like a while(1) loop - that is, it loops infinitely until an explicit "last". This is quite similar to ikegami's Syntax::Feature::Loop. Within the lo...TOBYINK/Acme-Loopy-0.004 - 10 Sep 2014 22:29:24 UTC
Acme::Tools - Lots of more or less useful subs lumped together and exported into your namespace
Subs created and collected since the mid-90s....KJETIL/Acme-Tools-0.27 - 05 Feb 2020 16:25:50 UTC
Acme::Sneeze - Bless you
When you sneeze in America (or other English speaking countries), you'll be blessed. But the problem is that they say "Bless you" without the 2nd parameter: the package name. So with Acme::Sneeze, your object will have *sneeze* method, and when you s...MIYAGAWA/Acme-Sneeze-0.02 - 01 Aug 2006 19:03:32 UTC