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Re: ideas to improve the Toolkit module ?

by duelafn (Priest)
on Feb 27, 2012 at 20:52 UTC ( #956517=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to ideas to improve the Toolkit module ?

#1. This sounds like a job for git or other Version Control System (though not svn - see bug report)

#2. I think the script idea sounds better where toolkit.pl --off lib recursively descends through lib and makes the changes toolkit.pl --on lib undoes it. Code it up and submit a patch!

Though, personally, I find emacs-template (or whatever templating your editor supports) a superior approach to the whole idea.

Good Day,
    Dean


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Re^2: ideas to improve the Toolkit module ?
by mascip (Pilgrim) on Feb 28, 2012 at 02:02 UTC

    Wow, thank you for so many interesting answers !

    I realized today that i don't really need something so evolved right now, and am in a 10 days rush. But it's an idea i'm interested in, so i will probably come back to it in the weeks /months to come.

    I will probably go through your proposed solutions and write an overview of what the different methods say they do and don't do. Unless if someone did that before me : i can always hope !

    If i realized that one of my naive ideas was worth some programming hours (but i guess one of your proposed solution will do better than me), i would probably produce something. Feel free to do it before my if you wanted to : i would be please to use the result =o)

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