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Re: My preferred way of handling config data in Perl is:

by tbone1 (Monsignor)
on Dec 14, 2006 at 12:34 UTC ( #589808=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to My preferred way of handling config data in Perl is:

.ini files.

Encrypted .ini files.

In Sumerian.

(Although once, because of a typo, I created a .nin file and the code got all depressed, dressed in black, bemoaned having to sell out to the music industry, and moved to the local art district. Who knew?)

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Comment on Re: My preferred way of handling config data in Perl is:
Re^2: My preferred way of handling config data in Perl is:
by nimdokk (Vicar) on Dec 14, 2006 at 17:11 UTC
    Actually, I think I saw it in Cleveland once :-)
Re^2: My preferred way of handling config data in Perl is:
by BrentDax (Hermit) on Dec 17, 2006 at 08:09 UTC
    .ini files. Encrypted .ini files. In Sumerian.
    Also known as nam-shubs.

    =cut
    --Brent Dax
    There is no sig.

Re^2: My preferred way of handling config data in Perl is:
by swampyankee (Parson) on Dec 21, 2006 at 18:00 UTC

    I'm older; I'd expect a nin file would cause the code to write pornographyerotica, and date your spouse||parents||significant other||children, probably all at once.

    emc

    At that time [1909] the chief engineer was almost always the chief test pilot as well. That had the fortunate result of eliminating poor engineering early in aviation.

    —Igor Sikorsky, reported in AOPA Pilot magazine February 2003.

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