SPUG: Cool perldoc site

Andrew Sweger andrew at sweger.net
Wed Mar 16 12:52:25 PST 2005

That might not be too hard to implement. One can download a local static
copy of the content (for convenience). A local script could find the
appropriate document in the archive and signal your browser to open it.

On Wed, 16 Mar 2005, Jim Flanagan wrote:

> Neat. There should be an option to 'perldoc' to open this page...
> Andrew Sweger wrote:
> > I just heard about the perldrunks perldoc website[1] as an alternate to
> > perldoc.org (which is a bit flakey). The one at perldrunks is maintained
> > by Jon Allen[2], a.k.a. JJ, a member of the Birmingham Perl Mongers[3].
> > It's pretty cool. It includes syntax highlighting of code samples and lots
> > of cross-reference links. For example, the splice() function page[4] could
> > have helped Kim solve that one bug in his gibberize script.

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                                things can go wrong at once.

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