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Re^2: Lady Aleena's first working module

by Lady_Aleena (Curate)
on Oct 06, 2009 at 06:52 UTC ( #799394=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Lady Aleena's first working module
in thread Lady Aleena's first working module

toolic,

The only reason I go with concatenation is that it is easier to see in my text editor which color codes everything. Everything between "" and '' is in gray. To find scalars and other code faster while debugging, it is just simpler to concatenate. Every once in a while I will use qq{} for really long strings with some scalars and code in it, but that is rare. I am not too partial of the color my text editor has for hashes. I really should change that. :)

I haven't really looked on CPAN for these, but I doubt that there are any modules that have this level of specificity. They are not too functional outside of their specific topics. I haven't checked speed, but they are small, so it stands to reason that they are fast. Well, at least my reasoning anyway. I am not sure how robust they are, but I tried to cover all the bases under the specific topic. They are pretty portable, I think, as I did not make them specific to one platform such as loading them down with HTML. I will have to look into what a test suite is.

Thank you for searching CPAN on my behalf, I appreciate it. One day I may make a presence for myself there, but I am not quite that good yet. :)

Have a nice day!
Lady Aleena

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Re^3: Lady Aleena's first working module
by ELISHEVA (Prior) on Oct 07, 2009 at 04:12 UTC

    It is isn't a question of "that good" but rather "good enough" and "useful". If there are other people that want to build AD&D games using Perl, then they might find your module useful.

    Good enough means using good programming practices (you are), a not-too-unconventional documentation style, and, of course, a test suite that passes. See Test::Simple and Test::More for more information on how you can use Perl to test your software. Testing sounds intimidating but it is really quite easy.

    The only other question is do I have the time to update it as I add new features and to maintain it if someone reports problems? A module is more likely to be used if it looks like it is being well taken care of.

    Best, beth

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