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Re: strictv -- how unstrict is your code?

by dolmen (Sexton)
on Sep 11, 2013 at 15:26 UTC ( #1053511=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to strictv -- how unstrict is your code?

Next step: publish it on CPAN as App::strictv

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Re^2: strictv -- how unstrict is your code? (CPAN App::)
by toolic (Bishop) on Sep 12, 2013 at 00:42 UTC
    Thanks for the encouragement. I have a few modules on CPAN, but I'll have to figure out a few things first.

    Some questions for the crowd:

    • Are there any guidelines for creating CPAN scripts in the App:: space (as opposed to modules)?
    • Or, does anyone recommend specific App:: uploads to use as a good model?
    • Can anyone see any OS portability issues with my code? It works on unix-like platforms.
    • Any Perl version issues? I think strict output has been pretty consistent over the years.

      Instead of using qx(perl ...), you might want to use qx("$^X" ...), for the (rare, but confusing) case where perl and perl-5.22.0 are not the same executable and your script was executed with the latter.

      Other than that, I'm not aware of any guidelines for the App:: namespace and also don't know any good distributions to copy from.

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