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Re: Perl Spectrum Emulator

by grinder (Bishop)
on Dec 22, 2005 at 07:34 UTC ( #518495=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl ZX Spectrum Emulator

I've NEVER heard of the program here at PerlMonks

Not everything that happens in the Perl world gets mentioned at PerlMonks. Lots of details get thrashed out in various mailing lists. All sorts of informal discussions occur in use.perl user journals. If you rely soley on PerlMonks, you won't be getting the full picture.

For me, I heard about this brilliant hack at YAPC::Europe in Belfast, with a talk given by one of the authors. The talk met with riotous applause. Not only for the niftiness factor. The talk was quite interesting in terms of what they had to jump through in terms of getting a reason refresh rate.

• another intruder with the mooring in the heart of the Perl

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Re^2: Perl Spectrum Emulator
by dna (Beadle) on Dec 22, 2005 at 08:39 UTC

    (This is kind of off-topic... But I still haven't slept yet)

            Not everything that happens in the Perl world gets mentioned at PerlMonks.

    I know that, but I'm not as much into the Perl-scene as I used to (or rather should) be. These days I only use Perl for ultra simple tasks that sane people would use shell-scripts for. is the only Perl-related site I visit on a monthly basis, simply because most of the stuff that's written here is super cool :)

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