Acme::Your - not our variables, your variables River stage zero No dependents

Acme::Your gives you a language construct "your" that behaves similarly to Perl's own "our" constuct. Rather than defining lexically unqualified varibles to be in our own package however, you can define lexically unqualified variable to be from anoth...

RCLAMP/Acme-Your-0.01 - 14 Jan 2002 21:33:01 GMT

lib/Acme/Your/Filter.pm River stage zero No dependents

RCLAMP/Acme-Your-0.01 - 14 Jan 2002 21:33:01 GMT

Acme::24 - Your favourite TV-show Acme module River stage zero No dependents

This module was written because I'm somewhat crazy, and I'm also passionate about the 24 tv-show, but in particular of the KingOfTheAssKickers(tm), Jack Bauer, a mythical super-hero, something between Duke Nukem and Chuck Norris....

COSIMO/Acme-24-0.04 - 29 Nov 2011 13:29:36 GMT

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 GMT

Acme::Laugh - add joy to your scripts. River stage zero No dependents

Laughing is something that lets humans distinguish themselves from other forms of life. Now computers are nearer to us :) Have you ever needed to generate a laugh? I had: in IRC, to laugh at other people (for fun!). So, here we are!...

POLETTIX/Acme-Laugh-0.0.5 - 21 Jul 2013 12:44:52 GMT

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 GMT

Acme::Teddy - Chewy target for your pitbull testing module River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

*Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.* --Teddy Roosevelt Testing modules need something to test. Acme::Teddy is all things to all bears. Switch into "package Acme::Teddy" in your test script, define whatever you like there. Then switch...

XIONG/Acme-Teddy-1.002003 - 09 Sep 2010 22:03:10 GMT

Acme::CramCode - Compress your code River stage zero No dependents

This module compresses your program file and uncompresses it at run time. It's of no big use, but just for fun....

XERN/Acme-CramCode-0.01 - 02 Mar 2003 04:42:28 GMT

Acme::VarMess - Blow up your variable names River stage zero No dependents

This module screws up the variables in your source code and replace them with md5-digest-like strings. It also strips comments and PODs in your source. There's *no* warranty that VarMess-ed code still works normally. dont_blow() takes a list of symbo...

XERN/Acme-VarMess-0.01 - 15 Aug 2005 11:35:39 GMT

Acme::Voodoo - Do bad stuff to your objects River stage zero No dependents

ESUMMERS/Acme-Voodoo-0.3 - 30 Jul 2003 16:35:59 GMT

Acme::Spork - Perl extension for spork()ing in your script River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

A spork in the plastic sense is a fork combined with a spoon. In programming I've come to call a spork() a fork() that does more than just a fork. I use it to describe when you want to fork() to run some long running code but immediately return to th...

DMUEY/Acme-Spork-v0.0.8 - 02 Apr 2009 17:09:05 GMT

Acme::Homer - Perl extension to put a little Homer in your code River stage zero No dependents

Use homerism's instead of the normal boring stuff :)...

DMUEY/Acme-Homer-v0.0.2 - 20 Dec 2005 16:18:29 GMT

Acme::Canadian - Canooks in your code, eh? River stage zero No dependents

What is this module aboot? I'll tell you, eh? It decanadianizes your code. All in good fun. Feel free to write Acme::USA where your code attempts futily to control all other CPAN modules....

JCAP/Acme-Canadian-0.03 - 28 Jun 2006 19:11:51 GMT

Acme::PerlML - Replaces your ugly Perl code with powerful XML River stage zero No dependents

"Acme::PerlML" is a member of the Acme::Bleach family of modules. The first time you run your program, it takes your ugly Perl code and replaces it with powerful and sophisticated XML, the choice of... well... 1998 to... erm... 2002... ish. :/ The co...

ADAMK/Acme-PerlML-1.00 - 05 Jun 2006 16:00:14 GMT

Acme::BeCool - Make your modules use the modules that get you some. River stage zero No dependents

This module automatically uses the top ten things returned by a CPAN search for "cool," or uses what you tell it. Use it to keep up with the latest fads in Perl development, or to try to become a Perl trend-setter yourself! Note that it doesn't try t...

SEANO/Acme-BeCool-0.02 - 27 Jun 2009 22:51:08 GMT

Acme::Tools - Lots of more or less useful subs lumped together and exported into your namespace River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Subs created and collected since the mid-90s....

KJETIL/Acme-Tools-0.24 - 05 Feb 2019 13:57:14 GMT

Acme::MUDLike - Hang out inside of your application River stage zero No dependents

Multi user chat, general purpose object tracer, eval, and give/drop/take/clone/dest/look. Adds a social element to software development and develop it from within. Chat within the application, eval code inside of it (sort of like a simple Read-Eval-P...

SWALTERS/Acme-MUDLike-0.04 - 29 Aug 2014 07:20:31 GMT

Acme::BadFont - Cope with a bad font in your editor River stage zero No dependents

If the font in your editor is bad, this module will help by fixing the numbers in your strings....

HAARG/Acme-BadFont-1.000000 - 27 Feb 2018 16:43:20 GMT

Acme::Licence - A module to easily apply a licence to your code River stage zero No dependents

All the code which you release to the outside world needs to have a licence. This module makes that easy. It has three pre-defined licences, and enables you to write your own. It also ensures that the licence is always easily accessible to your users...

DCANTRELL/Acme-Licence-1.0 - 19 Sep 2002 09:18:52 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

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