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[atcroft]I didn't know that CSV would try to use CSV_XS by default....?
[erix]Name: "Text::CSV - comma-separated values manipulator (using XS or PurePerl)"
[atcroft]atcroft puts on his dunce cap and goes to the corner of the monitor to sit and think :(
[atcroft]perl -le 'my $sen = q{Next time, I will try to read and understand docs before asking silly questions.}; foreach my $i (1 .. 1_000) { printf %03d %s\n}, $i, $sen; }'
[atcroft]s/printf %03d/printf q{%93d/;
[erix]heh
[MidLifeXis]Yeah, having one do lines as a punishment just doesn't work anymore, does it.
[SuicideJunkie]atcroft have you considered getting an LCD monitor? Its less comfortable to sit on the corner of while you think, but the picture is a lot better.
[erix]sitting on a monitor
[Tux]Your Mother I hear you
[MidLifeXis]Merry Macs - would those be iMonitors?
[Tux]ant yes, atcroft, I'd be interested in "strange" results
[Your Mother]:P
[erix]gucci, anyone? (reap, please)
[Your Mother]¥«¥ë¥Æ¥£¥¨ •rÓ‹ ¥¿¥ó¥¯?
[erix]right, that one :)
[toolic]toolic uses PerlMonks for all his fashion accessories
[atcroft]Tux: I ran a test using Text::CSV and Text::CSV_XS, where the former processed a 102K line file approximately 3% quicker , but when I re-ran the test (same data file, same code, reverse order of runs), the difference was about...
[MidLifeXis]Friday afternoon area din is significantly higher than normal. /me is trying to get work done. Time to crank up the phones.
[atcroft]Tux: 1.5% in the expected direction (CSV_XS running faster).
[atcroft]Tux: It may have just been differences in system load that I wasn't aware of that made that small a difference, but if I see it happen more consistenly I will definitely let you know.
[Tux]Text::CSV will use Text::CSV_XS if it is installed. If you want to see the difference, read Text::CSV's manpage and either directly use Text::CS_PP or set an environment variable to force it
[Tux]PERL_TEXT_CSV = 'Text::CSV_PP'
[atcroft]Tux: Very cool. May try that just for comparison. Thanks.
[erix]British Fighter Jets Intercept Russian Planes
[erix](from the very north of Scotland, I might add -- I'm glad it remains UK)
[erix]Typhoon & Bear
[Tux]atcroft Text::CSV_XS now also has new features that Text::CSV does not (yet) have
[MidLifeXis]Aw crud. My deployment build script is using the current environment instead of the build environment. No wonder I have issues. :-/ #stupidProgrammerTricks

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[MidLifeXis].oO( and yes, you can quote me as "I have issues". :-D )
[MidLifeXis]s/build/built/
[Solo]anyone have xp with Devel::Cover "Can't find digest for (source files)" complaints?
[Solo]Solo leaves to ponder such things
[atcroft]I just tried hitting http://datetime.perl.org/wiki/datetime/ and got a 503 service unavailable (and got it earlier this afternoon as well), but I don't see anything on the perl.org NOC page regarding it.
[atcroft]Routine maintenance, or something to be concerned about?
[Your Mother]Could be a tumor.

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