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I took over the maintainership of this module, and finished with the actions I had in mind that made me take over:

  • meta-info (quotes in parsed line, binary data)
  • Documentation improvement

Next to that, I did a code-cleanup, added loads of tests, fixed two open bugs, and got to understand both CSV iand/i the code for Text::CSV_XS a lot better, so I reached my primary goal.

Now that I didn't loose interrest (yet), I might as well go further, and implement the the wishes of the end-users, and make this module even more valuable.

I already got some mails, and many wishes regarding Text::CSV_XS do IMHO not belong inside the module itself. Not just to promote another of my modules, but most end-user wishes are already implemented in the xlscat utility that I ship with Spreadsheet::Read, that deals with CSV files as if they were a spreadsheet.

UPDATE: This post is in the wrong thread. /me should not open two windows at trhe same time. Sorry!

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re^3: Since I discovered Perl, I've given up: by Tux
in thread Since I discovered Perl, I've given up: by planetscape

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