Posted on January 11, 2017 by briang
Applications with Mojolicious
This is the first post of a series on the Mojolicous web framework originating from my experiences at ISP, Fachbereich Informatik of the Technische Universität Darmstadt. Step by step, we will create a simple blogging platform using Mojolicious.
Only 7/12 parts completed
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Posted on December 25, 2016 by briang
RFC: new.pm – a perl -e use/new shortener
I tend to use perl one-liners extensively, mostly for testing purposes. In particular, I often load a module with a loooooooooong name only to instantiate it once. And it’s boooooooring to type the whole name twice.
So I came up with an idea of a one-liner shortener along the lines of:
perl -we 'use new qw(My::Very::Long::Module x foo 42); print $x->get_foo;'
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Posted on December 19, 2016 by briang
An Incremental Approach to Compiler Construction (2006)
I think the incremental approach is terrific, because it allows you to get to a program the emits assembly and builds a working binary in week one.
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Posted on December 17, 2016 by briang
Splitting a repo based on folder? [reddit]
I have a repo that really should have been two different repos. Each project is in it’s own folder though (and I don’t think that no modification was made to both folders at the same time). Is there a way to split out this into two repos?
Splitting a Subfolder out into Its Own Repository with Git Subtree [reddit]
I have secretly been working on a project for a number of months now. It got to a point where I decided it will be best to split some folders in the project out into their own Git repositories. Previously, the project was a large monolithic application.
I didn’t want to just split them out on a blank slate but have their Git histories maintained. After some research, I finally settled for
git subtree, one out of the many.
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