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Re^4: Another Gearman perl module?

by oha (Friar)
on Nov 17, 2009 at 14:31 UTC ( #807703=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Another Gearman perl module?
in thread Another Gearman perl module?

Well, maybe the names are important, but secondary. What i will probably do is finish the development and use it whatever names they have.

The matter is: do you all think this can be useful for other? if so it could be a good thing if I'll put this on CPAN, but if none will need it then it will be just CPAN pollution.

Then, iff i will going to publish on CPAN, the name become important.

But i still don't understand why you suggest Distributed. I would describe this client implementation using words like async, simple or OO; but there is nothing in it which make things more distributed then the other client implementations.

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Re^5: Another Gearman perl module?
by ikegami (Patriarch) on Nov 18, 2009 at 00:16 UTC

    Well, maybe the names are important, but secondary.

    You asked two questions. I only had an answer for one of them. I'm not sure what you want from me.

    i still don't understand why you suggest Distributed.

    Maybe I have it all wrong, but I thought the purpose of the module is assign work units to a distributed network.

    To me, OO is an awful name to me. It says nothing about the module. It might be worth mentioning if it *wasn't* object oriented. I might add that the other distro you mentioned also uses OOP.

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