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Re: Storing changing data within a script after the __DATA__ token

by mirod (Canon)
on May 09, 2002 at 15:57 UTC ( #165409=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Storing changing data within a script after the __DATA__ token

Yes, TheDamian and Brian Ingerson wrote Inline::Files, which allows you this and much more, like having several virtual files instead of just one.


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OT: TheDamian & Ingy re: Inline::Files
by vek (Prior) on May 09, 2002 at 19:19 UTC
    That reminds me of last years TPC. In one of TheDamian's sessions (I think it was 'The Conway Channel') he was talking about how he wrote Inline::Files. At this point Ingy stood up at the back of the hall and shouted something to the effect of "Excuse me, who wrote Inline::Files?". TheDamian made some form of 'off-the-cuff' remark and Ingy stormed out of the session. All harmless fun (I think...) and rather amusing :-)

    -- vek --

      You missed the best part then: this was just a set-up. Damian and Brian spent the whole week pretending they had had an argument, just to prepare the last lightning talk, were Damian started explaining how he created Inline::Files, just for Brian to step in and argue that _he_ was the creator, and they spent 5 minutes yelling at each other... in Shakespearian English! That was really funny.

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