In which I write a continuous build system for bagpipe music using Perl and a Makefile. The problem: the band has sheet music that everyone is supposed to memorize, the membership is geographically dispersed and not everyone can make it to every practice, and during practices and workshops and after competitions the music can getContinue reading “Sounds Like a Job for Perl”
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Programming for the Ages
So this feels like the most Silicon Valley thing I’ve said in a few years, but the thing I’m working on right now is basically the same parts and programming language I was working on as a hobby back in 1997. Yes, the machine is in someone else’s data center, yes, the services it’s interactingContinue reading “Programming for the Ages”
PDF::API2 and Landscape
I’m currently working on a way to generate a custom PDF of a Bugzilla record (which, in turn, contains a bunch of custom fields). One of the requirements of the spec is that the PDF is targeted at US letter size paper in landscape orientation. I’m looking at using PDF::API2 and PDF::Table but one ofContinue reading “PDF::API2 and Landscape”
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