[tpm] [OT] Javascript to watch for certain KW from a web page

Shaun Fryer sfryer at sourcery.ca
Sat Oct 13 09:08:32 PDT 2012

Thanks Shlomi,

Docs are on the way. Just need to finish the outstanding unit tests
first. For now the tests sort of double as rough documentation. As to
the adjectives ... lol. I'll definitely give that some thought. As I
said, it's a bit rough around the edges yet. Just me working on it (in
my spare time) for now. If anyone else wants to help with docs, unit
tests, qa, or whatnot, feel free to get in touch back-channel and I'll
be happy to explain any additional details.

Shaun Fryer
perl -e 'print chr for map{$_+=22}($ARGV[0])=~/(\d\d)/g' \

On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 5:32 AM, Shlomi Fish <shlomif at shlomifish.org> wrote:
> Hi Shaun,
> On Sat, 13 Oct 2012 00:00:47 -0400
> Shaun Fryer <sfryer at sourcery.ca> wrote:
>> If any of you are interested, I have a little Javascript project of my
>> own on the go, geared towards Perl developers in terms of some general
>> design patterns. I borrowed some initial starting pointers from
>> JSAN.org Test.Simple and built a loosely TAP based test framework. It
>> also implements a basic swiss inheritance system similar to Perl's via
>> an importer() function and use(qw("the properties you want")) roughly
>> speaking. Anyway, I'm not widely circulating it yet, because it's
>> still a bit rough around the edges, but if this kind of thing appeals
>> to you, please check it out.
>> https://github.com/sfryer/sunflower
> A few notes off-the-top-of-my-head:
> 1. This web-toolkit seems to lack any documentation. Please add some.
> 2. The description “A powerful JavaScript web-toolkit for dirt simple
> HTML DOM creation and manipulation.” reminded me of
> http://weblibs.herokuapp.com/ . Maybe lose some of the adjectives.
> Regards,
>         Shlomi Fish
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