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Re^5: A better implementation of LCSS?

by lima1 (Curate)
on Jan 29, 2010 at 10:14 UTC ( #820329=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: A better implementation of LCSS?
in thread A better implementation of LCSS?

A nice, thanks. I'll add such a min option in the next release.

Update: I've uploaded a new develper version on CPAN with this feature.

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[marioroy]: karlgoethebier I do not do Racket ball anymore. That was from gym class long ago.
[karlgoethebier]: marioroy ;Men need a challenge
Lady_Aleena remembers winning dodgeball and wonders why parents who played it will not let their kids play it.
[marioroy]: Disciplus My wife and I went on vacation. At work, I was stuck polling SNMP from 20 million devices. It would hang at 80,000. On the mist boat, hear a voice to enable grace in the design that 10x and more performance awaits.
[Lady_Aleena]: Women need challenges too karlgoethebier. 8)
[marioroy]: s/hear/heard/
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[karlgoethebier]: They took Unix from some aliens
[marioroy]: Perl is so powerful that it can poll 40 metrics from 20 million devices in 40 minutes using 4 nodes only.
[karlgoethebier]: http://www. uncoveror.com/ aliens.htm

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