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Errr..Too little votes for Raistlin..=p

What do I see? I see time as it affects all things. Human flesh whithers and dies before my eyes. Flowers bloom, only to fade. Trees drop green leaves, never to regain them. In my sight, it is always winter, always night. -Raistlin Majere-

In reply to Re: Of the following Wizardly beings, which is most likely to be a regular Perl user? by drip
in thread Of the following Wizardly beings, which is most likely to be a regular Perl user? by rudder

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    [ambrus]: Corion: schmorp points out https://metacpan. org/pod/release/ KARASIK/Prima-1. 49/pod/Prima/File. pod,
    [ambrus]: so there's an IO waiter (Prima::File) and a timer (Prima::Timer) maybe it's possible to write an AnyEvent loop driver over it, a saner one than POE

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