Not a very informative review, in my opinion. Neither was
Programming Perl in the .NET Environment
, but seeing as how it was your first, most
of us went lightly. Please look over the existing
to get a feel for which ones are good, and
which ones are not. You don't have to go overboard like
i did with my Lingua::Ispell
review (that one was almost a tutorial), but you should at the very least try to include some sample code, like crenz
's short but sweet review of Term::ProgressBar
. Simply stating that you used the module with
success is really not very helpful to others.
Put more effort in it, and get a lot more out of it.
(the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)
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