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Re: Forks and Spoons

by thatguy (Parson)
on Aug 09, 2001 at 23:42 UTC ( #103591=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Forks and Spoons

If you are looking for docs, check out perlfunc:fork. Also turnstep has a pretty good explanation and example you might want to check out.

don't forget that the Super Search is your friend!

-p

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Re: Re: Forks and Spoons
by thatguy (Parson) on Aug 09, 2001 at 23:50 UTC
    i belive the quote is "If you can't find it with super search, it aint a substring of a text field in your database"

    (found that here)

    -p

Re: Re: Forks and Spoons
by Mr.T (Sexton) on Aug 09, 2001 at 23:44 UTC
    Oh cool! There is a super search? I'll have to try that out. Does it find more specific searches or something, and thus is superior to basic searching?

    Mr.T
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[moritz]: I'm sure there's a Perl implementation of it too
[choroba]: it seems Kelp and similar help you a lot with dispatching, but how to do something similar with contents?
[moritz]: like JSON::Schema
[Corion]: ambrus++ # more bugs than lines
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[choroba]: I mean, I'd like to say "this path should run this sub, but first it should check the user is authenticated, has the following permissions, and the contents is valid against a given schema
[ambrus]: no, that means I haven't even tried to run it, might not even parse
[ambrus]: so it doesn't work on my machine
[choroba]: i.e. I know JSON::Schema, I'm just curious whether there's a ready solution to plug it into a web service

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