Acme::No - makes no() work the way I want it to River stage zero No dependents

ok, first the appropriate pod: $ perldoc "-f" no =item no Module VERSION LIST =item no Module VERSION =item no Module LIST =item no Module See the L</use> function, which C<no> is the opposite of. now, one might think that, since use mod_perl 1.27; m...

GEOFF/Acme-No-0.03 - 16 Aug 2002 14:33:56 UTC

Acme::Hok - no more hok River stage zero No dependents

no use Acme::Hok;...

KAZUHO/App-NoPAN-0.01 - 17 Jan 2010 22:10:33 UTC

Acme::NoTalentAssClown - Get some Bolton Lyrics! River stage zero No dependents

NEBULOUS/Acme-NoTalentAssClown-0.01 - 01 Mar 2006 18:07:54 UTC

Acme::CPANModules::NO_COLOR - Modules that follow the NO_COLOR convention River stage zero No dependents

Modules that follow the NO_COLOR convention. The NO_COLOR convention (see https://no-color.org) lets user disable color output of console programs by defining an environment variable called NO_COLOR. The existence of said environment variable, regard...

PERLANCAR/Acme-CPANModules-NO_COLOR-0.004 - 18 Feb 2020 03:52:08 UTC

Acme::Test::MetaCPAN::NoContributingDoc - Test module for MetaCPAN /contributing-to River stage zero No dependents

Acme::Test::MetaCPAN::NoContributingDoc is a dummy test dist that does not contain a "CONTRIBUTING" file, for testing "/contributing-to" path placeholder text....

ZAKAME/Acme-Test-MetaCPAN-NoContributingDoc-0.01 - 01 Oct 2018 07:17:20 UTC

Acme::Nothing - No more module loading! River stage zero No dependents

JJORE/Acme-Nothing-0.03 - 24 Jan 2011 06:28:06 UTC

Acme::Shining - All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy River stage zero No dependents

BULKDD/Acme-Shining-0.01 - 25 Mar 2015 08:43:12 UTC

Acme::Oil - Oil is slippery and combustible. River stage zero No dependents

There are two educational effects of this module. First, if the variable is soaked in oil, it becomes slippery. Second, it is dangerous to bring the fire close to the oil. Please remembere these points, enjoy your Perl life!...

MAKAMAKA/Acme-Oil-0.1 - 10 Jul 2005 06:48:16 UTC

Acme::Enc - Perl extension for Encypting your source code, Acme Style River stage zero No dependents

use Acme::Enc; print "Hello World"; After you run it the first time it will now look like this: use Acme::Enc; [ encypted version here ] but run exactly the same :)...

DMUEY/Acme-Enc-v0.0.1 - 01 Jan 2006 00:23:19 UTC

Acme::URL - Bareword URL with HTTP request River stage zero No dependents

See <http://transfixedbutnotdead.com/2009/12/16/url-develdeclare-and-no-stri ngs-attached/> NB. This module is just a play thing and just intended as an investigation into using Devel::Declare. So go play with it and don't do anything stupid with it ...

DRAEGTUN/Acme-URL-0.01 - 26 Dec 2009 20:22:31 UTC

Acme::Ook - the Ook! programming language River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

As described in http://www.dangermouse.net/esoteric/ook.html Since the word "ook" can convey entire ideas, emotions, and abstract thoughts depending on the nuances of inflection, Ook! has no need of comments. The code itself serves perfectly well to ...

JHI/Acme-Ook-0.11 - 07 Dec 2006 14:22:12 UTC

Acme::Tau - Twice the Pie River stage zero No dependents

The τ that is τ is not the true τ. This is only a copy. POD ERRORS Hey! The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below: Around line 3: Non-ASCII character seen before =encoding in 'τ'. Assuming ISO8859-1...

JMATES/Acme-Tau-6.28 - 13 Jan 2015 16:40:21 UTC

Acme::Lou - Let's together with Lou Ohshiba River stage zero No dependents

Translate Japanese text into Lou Ohshiba (Japanese comedian) style....

TOMITA/Acme-Lou-0.04 - 11 Sep 2016 09:19:20 UTC

Acme::Tao - strongly suggests proper respect for the Tao River stage zero No dependents

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

Net::ACME - Client for the (old) ACME protocol (e.g., Let’s Encrypt) River stage zero No dependents

This module implements client logic (including SSL certificate issuance) for the “draft” version of the ACME protocol, the system for automated issuance of SSL certificates used by Let’s Encrypt <http://letsencrypt.org>. For support of the IETF <http...

FELIPE/Net-ACME-0.17 - 12 Mar 2019 11:30:52 UTC

Acme::Void - Making void things more void River stage zero No dependents

You must need 'void' and other void-ish functions to write cool codes....

RYOCHIN/Acme-Void-0.02 - 27 Sep 2005 15:30:57 UTC

Acme::3mxA - Turn your perl upside down River stage zero No dependents

Turns your perl code upside down. This is yet another Acme module that does something amusing yet useless to your code. I'm afraid I couldn't resist. Note the name of this module was originally Acme::ǝmɔA, unfortunately search.cpan.org stopped displa...

DGL/Acme-3mxA-1337.37 - 13 Jan 2011 00:28:17 UTC

Acme::Test River stage zero No dependents

All the latest software craze is about regression tests and XP programming -- Write a test, make sure it fails. Then write the functionality and make sure the test now passes, etc. Although these are good ideas, who really has time for this? Fixing f...

KANE/Acme-Test-0.03 - 10 Oct 2003 16:49:11 UTC

Acme::Crap - Carp with more feeling River stage zero No dependents

Load the module. Now you can spell "carp" more scatologically, and with as many trailing exclamation marks as you need to satisfy your degree of frustration....

DCONWAY/Acme-Crap-0.001002 - 22 Jun 2010 10:11:54 UTC

Acme::Iota - Iota Is Acme River stage zero No dependents

Using Acme::Iota imports a per-package counter that increases its value on each call to "iota". Providing an argument resets the counter to the specified value....

CYGX/Acme-Iota-0.01 - 14 Aug 2014 10:47:03 UTC

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