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on Jan 26, 2007 at 20:59 UTC ( #596792=document: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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[LanX]wait... I /ignored NodeRapist

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[LanX]LanX ignore NodeReaper
[LanX]hmm ...
[NodeReaper]Nice try kid
[LanX]It seems that PHP's official docs use "closure" and "anonymous function" interchangeably, even though their closures don't capture surrounding state without using the 'use' language construct.
[LanX]LanX explains much cargo bla ...
[Eily]what? I thought PHP was known for its reliable and consistent behaviour and documentation!
[LanX]... and a lot of pseudo Perl experts
[Eily]though honestly, I'm sure I have seen people use closure to mean anonysub for perl as well
[stonecolddevin]good morning friends
[LanX]yes, mainly pseudo Perl experts
[Eily]good morning stonecolddevin
[LanX]LanX has to go/
[Eily]bye LanX
[LanX]bye :)
[ShermW0829]What do you use for defaults within your script? XML? Text File?
[Corion]ShermW0829: Defaults I assign from Perl code, but I've also inlined a YAML file for defaults in a case where the defaults of the program I was reimplemented were documented as YAML
[ShermW0829]Thank you. Presently users (me for now) have to go into my code to modify the default answer(s). So I thought if I had an external file which the user could update a default it would be better.
[Corion]ShermW0829: Aah, so it's basically more a configuration file. In my case, I overwrote the built-in defaults with values from a configuration file, also in YAML format because that's what the original program used.
[Corion]ShermW0829: I'm not aware of a nice cascading module that implements something like "start with these defaults, overwrite them from the global config, overwrite them from the user config, overwrite them from the user specified file (or command line)"
[Corion]I wrote something like that, but I don't think it's really ready for prime-time, and merging two hashes isn't that hard either so rewriting it in your program isn't that nasty ;)

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