I couldn’t get namespace::clean to compile and install properly on one of my servers. It was a clean Perl 5.10.1 install, so I couldn’t really see what the problem was. But just to be safe I really really cleaned out perl, reinstalled, and then ran Gentoo’s perl cleaner utility, ran a revdep-rebuild, etc etc. Then […]
I’m beginning to use MooseX::Declare more and more, but this morning I realized I didn’t quite understand when the builder was getting called, and under what circumstances, so I wrote the following program to testing things out. Not so much a test of the code for some notion of correctness as a literal test of […]
So here is a better description of my problem, with simplified code examples. First, the Holiday date checker that works (yes I know there is DateTime event classes and all that and I should use that framework, but I just wanted something that worked right away).
I used perl today. Moose. I ran into a problem. It was annoying. I am way too stressed and tired to blog more. But I will anyway, secure in the knowledge that no one reads this blog but google’s spiders. Okay anyway I used MooseX::Declare, and couldn’t get the method signature stuff to work. I […]
I had a problem linking up dojo/xhrPut and Catalyst::Controller::REST. As always, the answer was in the documentation, but I didn’t see it. Catalyst::Controller::REST docs say that: The HTTP POST, PUT, and OPTIONS methods will all automatically deserialize the contents of $c->request->body based on the requests content-type header. A list of understood serialization formats is below. […]