Top 11 Perl Perl5 Projects
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inxi is a full featured CLI system information tool. It is available in most Linux distribution repositories, and does its best to support the BSDs.Project mention: Perl 2020 retrospective | dev.to | 2021-08-23
Do you know inxi ?
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"Perlito" Perl programming language compilerProject mention: Raku: other implementations, archeology and glorious details | dev.to | 2021-08-19
The Perlito project is led by Flavio S. Glock. The Perlito project actually contains multiple compilers for multiple languages in multiple languages targeting various back‑ends:
A static tumblelog generator available as both a Perl and Python versionProject mention: What’s your side project? | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-08-01
create fixup commits for topic branchesProject mention: Stacked Git – manage commits as a stack of patches | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-05-27
Somewhat (or possibly greatly) related:
Are tools like git-absorb safe/reliable?
"Essentially, when your working directory has uncommitted changes on top of draft changesets, you can run `hg absorb` and the uncommitted modifications are automagically folded ("absorbed") into the appropriate draft ancestor changesets. This is essentially doing `hg histedit` + "roll" actions without having to make a commit or manually make history modification rules."
I haven't wrapped my head around the algorithm. I get that an algorithm can "recollate" a series of commits in a way that yields no commit conflicts, but that's not the same as rearranging and combining commits into a sequence of semantically coherent atomic commits.
A simple wiki engine written in Perl. No database required.Project mention: Wiki Software for VTT | reddit.com/r/VTT | 2021-03-16
If you really wanna self-host it, you could install a regular Wiki software like Oddmuse. Alex Schroeder wrote and uses it for his RPG stuff, and hosts a CampaignWiki where anyone can publish their campaigns. And of course there's also MediaWiki, like used by Wikipedia or the [Wiki Aventurica](https://de.wiki-aventurica.de/].
Workflow - simple, flexible system to implement workflows/state machinesProject mention: Release 1.56 of perl-workflow, a bug fix release | dev.to | 2021-07-29
The 2.0 milestone is documented here, as in a list of PRs and issues
Run Linux Software Faster and Safer than Linux with Unikernels.
Actor-Model Toolkit and Multi-Process Management SystemProject mention: Async programming | reddit.com/r/perl | 2021-01-31
Alternatively, research and consider the Actor model of concurrency for async programming. See https://github.com/cpanery/zing#see-also
Data structure and algorithms using Perl5Project mention: Using google reCaptcha v3 with Perl | dev.to | 2021-02-17
After that we are returning a json response to client side. We are using Mojo::JSON to convert the value into boolean true or false. Go to browser and hit "http://localhost:3000". You can see your login page with reCAPTCHA widget on the bottom right. For a successful verification you can see the home page In case of bot access you can see an alert Here I am just alerting when there is a bot, but you can choose what action you wan to do. There is high chance where you will not see the bot alert initially even though a bot will access your page. But some frequent access in some time, v3 will learn and start alerting about it. You can also look at your admin console over a time and look at overall traffic and suspicious requests. Here is one such example - The complete example is also available at Github I hope this is helpful to you.
Perl example scriptsProject mention: Data visualization: Creating charts using Perl (Chart::Clicker) | dev.to | 2021-03-19
The above example is also available at github
Perl::Critic policy, prohibiting logical error handling in open statementsProject mention: First public release of Perl::Critic policy: *::ProhibitHighPrecedentLogicalOperatorErrorHandling | dev.to | 2021-05-24
A kind developer, Nathan Mills, had taken the time to address a question I had raised in my own repository, but had somewhat forgotten about and had left a PR updating the documentation and the test suite and answering the question I had posed.
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