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Re: process_killer.pl

by turnstep (Parson)
on Dec 26, 2000 at 08:15 UTC ( #48287=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to process_killer.pl

Some friendly notes:
  1. Go ahead and post the code here - I looked, and it is not that long. Actual code is always preferred to an offsite link, unless the code is very very long or is already on CPAN.
  2. Once it has been posted here and critiqued/admired by the illustrious monks, consider sending it to CPAN. Not everything on CPAN is a module, either, if you just want to keep it as a simple script.

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Re: Re: process_killer.pl
by Falkkin (Chaplain) on Dec 26, 2000 at 10:30 UTC
    1. Thanks for pointing that out -- when I submitted the post yesterday, I did include the actual code. I think it somehow got lost when the post was officially moderated (or something). It should be fixed now.

    2. I've considered submitting it to CPAN, but am mildly intimidated by the whole process... this is my first piece of publically available code (in Perl or any language.) I guess if the monks critique it, and anyone out there thinks it's actually useful, I'd definitely want to submit it.

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