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Be aware that any kind of "RTFM" suggestion, including "google it yourself", is likely to come across as snarky, if not downright nasty, so be really sure that's what you intend for the OP before you do it.

I don't think that having one "RTFM" type answer among the several that a querent receives is necessarily a bad thing. In some sense, it's all part of the XY problem domain: an OP getting a spectrum of responses may be better than getting only a number of nearly identical responses.

I think it's usually better to reply with a link to something like How do I post a question effectively?, which has rather comprehensive advice, including the admonition to do an appropriate amount of research before posting a question.

I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,000 zombies.

In reply to Re: RFC: Review of "Seekers of Perl Wisdom" descrition? by jdporter
in thread RFC: Review of "Seekers of Perl Wisdom" description? by i5513

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    [marioroy]: I also have a Hobo driver for Forklift allowing folks to use in multiple classes, no conflicts with one another. That's not possible for P::FM.
    [Discipulus]: congrats marioroy!
    [marioroy]: CORE::wait works well eventhough multiple instances or classes using Hobo::Manager.
    [Corion]: marioroy: I'm not sure what the normal use for the PID is in P:FM, but I guess that most programs just ignore or log it
    [Corion]: Oh, yes, programs could call wait $pid, but if your $pid is an object, then you could add a ->wait method to it and wait $pid would call that automatically "thanks" to indirect object notation
    [marioroy]: Just documentation edits is all that remains. Hobo::Simple provides foreach and forseq with identifier capability -- all transparently supporting array, hash, file handle, and seq 1 .. N.
    [marioroy]: Corion Regarding PID, that's great. So will leave it so compatible with MCE::Hobo. e.g. ->create returns a Hobo object. Folks can get ->pid from it. So, that's not a problem.
    [choroba]: ad readdir: 5.12 needed
    [marioroy]: CORE::wait can block if another process reaps a worker from another class. MCE::Hobo takes care of that and transparently.

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