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Re^3: Expect Real Time Logs

by Anonymous Monk
on May 03, 2012 at 07:58 UTC ( #968667=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Expect Real Time Logs
in thread Expect Real Time Logs

This is a windows machine so cannot do SSH to that.

Yes you can. You don't have to use ssh suite of tools, but you have to use encryption.

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Re^4: Expect Real Time Logs
by anshumangoyal (Scribe) on May 03, 2012 at 08:58 UTC
    We are diverting from the Topic. I dont want to install any tools on the windows machine as it's not in my control. So, let me know if you have a solution for telnet.

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[choroba]: three
[choroba]: I mean I haven't used DBIx::Class nor M:S, only Moo
[1nickt]: Haha, I was learning about Linux filesystem trees trying to understand how Moo fits.
[1nickt]: I just got my feet wet with some DBIC coding this last week. I feel "meh" about it so far. It was pretty easy to add a sub to the DBIC class to filter search results ...
[1nickt]: ... in the calling code ... $rs = $rs->maturity(" stable");. But I don;t enjoy feeling that far away from the SQL and the DB, really.
[1nickt]: The same project (CPAN Testers API) is using experimental signatures (and therefore 5.024) ... which is what replaced Method::Signatures , afaict.
[1nickt]: But the new $job is on an older Perl and therefore using M::S, the syntax of which looks clunky to me, so far.

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