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Re^18: The Most Essential Perl Development Tools Today (negative)

by BrowserUk (Pope)
on Jan 14, 2013 at 12:48 UTC ( #1013210=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^17: The Most Essential Perl Development Tools Today (negative)
in thread The Most Essential Perl Development Tools Today

If you are intent on optimising CGI::Application, from a quick glance only, there seems to be plenty of scope for it that will probably yeild greater benefits than the removal of return statements. That said though, there is probably nothing else that will yeild benefits for so little effort :)

If you choose to test it, be aware that there is one type of return statement that your shouldn't blindly remove:

return; # Otherwise, return undef

Omit that bare return and you will change the result.

Also note: I've never used CGI::Application, so bear that into your considerations.

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[erix]: yeah, but there is a lot SQLite cannot do :)
[hippo]: Database is the 2nd column.
shmem .oO( docker. docker. docker? docker. docker! docker )
[shmem]: at least, some Ook.
[erix]: another simple Pg thing is to running a database off a tsv (alas, readonly)
[erix]: I'm waiting for that zipfile-reading to show up in DBD::SQLite :)
[Corion]: hippo, erix: That sounds promising :)
[Corion]: erix: I misinterpreted that. It only allows to read a zipfile like a table, not reading a database from a zipfile :-(
shmem is grabbed by nostalgia for Bolivia
[erix]: aah, ok.

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