Wow! How could I have missed those?
I did something similar last year. Don't laugh because I haven't touched them in a long time. In fact, way before I found Perl Monks! Without further ado... http://free.prohosting.com/~musgrove/scripts/
I need to spruce those up a bit and submit some Date::Language modules of my own now.
- I'm not a linguist. The only languages I know are English and Perl (and I'm not great at either of those). You may find big mistakes in the translations.
- I started writing these scripts around the end of 2000 and continued work on them until sometime near the end of 2001 when I moved them. They need some work.
- You will find some broken links. I am in the process of taking the site down, transfering things that I want to keep, etc...
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