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Re^3: Returning two lists from a sub

by jynx (Priest)
on Jun 07, 2007 at 18:07 UTC ( #619874=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Returning two lists from a sub
in thread Returning two lists from a sub

That's one of many problems with it, which is why I did advise not to use it. I just put it here in the spirit of TMTOWTDI and for fun. It's not supposed to be a "serious" way to do it...

This was a bad time for a joke apparently... sorry about that.

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[Discipulus]: .. or RL rule -> RuLe
[Corion]: Grrr. I thought I had started work on Filter::Simple in a feature branch but it seems that I haven committed to the master branch instead :-(
[choroba]: just cherry pick the commits to a feature branch and reset/revert the master
[Corion]: choroba: Yeah - as this is not an official repository, I don't mind about ruining other peoples clones of that ;)
[choroba]: oh, if you already pushed, you should revert
[Corion]: choroba: Naah, I don't mind rewriting history, at least when it is in my favour ;)
[Corion]: Ruining other peoples clones is not nice, but as I only have that repo to (later) show people when I encounter problems, I don't mind that
[Corion]: I should look into self-hosting gitprep instead of relying so much on github

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