#perl - Mon 2 Apr 2007 between 17:23 and 17:37

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perlmonkey2Terminus: that sounds good, but WebGUI is a great way to bootstrap a project as a ton of overhead stuff is already there for you (like user authentication), plus a lot of plug and play components (calendars, file upload widgets, etc).
Terminus-perlmonkey2: sounds nice. =)
actionTerminus- still has NIH syndrome
Terminus-still has NIH syndrome
perlygatekeeperVolVE: still got problems?
EMPER0Rhey .. have a trouble ... need update all my users of a file when i run the script just update 1.. why not parse all to update?
http://pastebin.ca/421292
buubotThe paste 421292 has been copied to http://erxz.com/pb/2024
metalfanhi
conoEMPER0R: WHERE UserName IN (' . join (',', map {$dbh->quote($_)} @users). ')'
EMPER0Rehhh!!???
o.O
metalfanwhats a common way to parse the output from someprogram (unrar) and feed input to it if something comes back?
for example unrar asks if it should overwrite a file?
conometalfan: open(UNRAR, "$unrarCmd |") ?
PerlJammetalfan: IPC::Open2 or IPC::Open3
(depending on what you really want)
Jedaimetalfan: Expect might be useful for some program
metalfanthx, have to read
PerlJamreading++
conooh, i see, biderection pipes
my bad
x86http://pastebin.ca/421297
buubotThe paste 421297 has been copied to: http://erxz.com/pb/2025
x86this regex works great on a multi-line scalar, but when i try to use it here with an array, it removes all elements within the array
any ideas?
Randal"use it with an array"?
Terminus-perlmonkey2: looks good, but i kinda have more complex data processing to do than what i've seen so far on webgui.
perlmonkey2Terminus: You would definetely have to write your own code in WebGUI. I was just pointing out that it would make a good framework and it has lots of features already implemented.
conox86: regex process for each line
x86Randal: s/// for @array;
Randal: as opposed to my $big_multiline_scalar =~ s///;
conox86: join("\n",@array) :)
Randalthere's no reason it shouldn't work on one of many elements the same way it works on a single one
x86cono: heh... that's a novel idea ;)
Terminus-perlmonkey2: okidokie. thanks.
conox86: i think it's a bad idea :)
kscan i recursively print out all elements of array ? is there built-in function ?
Terminus-ks: why would you want to do that when you can just iterate?
ksTerminus cause i don't know the depth of an array
Randal"recursively"?

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