[Wellington-pm] Roundup of last night's meeting
andrew.ruthven at catalyst.net.nz
Tue Aug 12 21:16:00 PDT 2008
There is also Config::Any, that well, lets you use almost any config
On Wed, 2008-08-13 at 16:07 +1200, Martyn Smith wrote:
> I mentioned that you could look at Config::IniFiles (which is the classic
> .ini file format) and/or Config::General (which gives you apache style
> configuration files).
> On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 04:02:53PM +1200, Lesley Walker wrote:
> > Thanks Grant, much appreciated.
> > I noted the details of that Perl Medic book, and also that perltidy was
> > suggested as a useful tool.
> > Someone suggested a module that would be useful for
> > defining/generating/using config files, but I didn't manage to remember
> > the name long enough to write it down.
> > Grant McLean wrote:
> >> Hi Mongers
> >> I've put the slides from last night's talks up on the web site:
> >> http://wellington.pm.org/archive/
> >> Thank you to our speakers and also to the lively audience.
> >> You've now all had plenty of time to consider the question of what you'd
> >> like to talk about next month so please reply here to book your slot.
> >> Further to last night's discussion on the subject of dealing with legacy
> >> code, perhaps people could reply here with a few points that may have
> >> been mentioned last night but also may have been forgotten. My 2
> >> cents ...
> > [snipped]
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