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Re: Re: Re: "Rites of Passage" wheel reinventing

by gmpassos (Priest)
on Feb 27, 2004 at 18:43 UTC ( #332325=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: "Rites of Passage" wheel reinventing
in thread "Rites of Passage" wheel reinventing

Don't forget that if there is a lot of modules just for XML, this means that they are not covering all that the users needs. A developer won't spend it's time to build a module just to say that it has his module, specially for XML that is not a simple thing to handle. Also means that the main XML modules that are there are not simple and easy to use as the users want. Since XML was created to make the integration between different systems/programs and architectures easy. And if the use of this is not easy, is just crap. Each developer, of each XML module is just tring to find a better way to do things.

Graciliano M. P.
"Creativity is the expression of the liberty".

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[GotToBTru]: late to the conversation .. but thanks, Corion, for the reminder about Perl::Tidy
[Corion]: GotToBTru: Heh ;) I'm not really endorsing it, as I found that any gains made through it are easily squandered by the hours spent on configuring it. At least in my case :)
[GotToBTru]: Like most Swiss Army Knives, you can cut yourself trying to find the blade you actually want
[GotToBTru]: i am satisfied with the default settings turning the seemingly random formatting into something reliable
[Corion]: GotToBTru: Yeah, I started a quick(ly implemented but slowly running) implementation of a program that would guess the "best" configuration (that is, least amount of changes) from my code, but then found that it stops parsing the source as soon as it ..
[GotToBTru]: sadly, it can't do anything about this
[Corion]: ... encounters sub foo($bar,$baz) {, which is something I like nowadays

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