[Catalyst] CPAN release of Alien::GvaScript and Pod::POM::Web
mromani at ottotecnica.com
Fri Mar 9 10:46:46 GMT 2007
Dami Laurent (PJ) ha scritto:
> Hi Catalysters,
> This is to announce two CPAN releases that might be of interest to some
> of you Web programmers.
> _http://search.cpan.org/dist/Alien-GvaScript/_ .
> Geneva, Switzerland (GVA is the IATA code for Geneva Cointrin
> International Airport).
> framework (_http://prototype.conio.net_) and offers a number of
> extensions and widgets, such as keymap handling, application-specific
> events, autocompletion on input field, and a tree navigator --- see
> documentation in
> GvaScript is distributed using Perl tools, but the actual content of the
> (see the Alien manifesto).
> GvaScript runtime library does not need Perl; you can integrate it in
> any other Web programming framework. Perl is only needed for developers
> who want to modify GvaScript sources and recreate a distribution package.
> Pod::POM::Web is a Web application for browsing the documentation of
> Perl components installed on your local machine. Since pages are
> dynamically generated, they are always in sync with code actually installed.
> The application offers
> o a tree view for browsing through installed modules (with
> dynamic expansion of branches as they are visited)
> o a tree view for navigating and opening / closing sections
> while visiting a documentation page
> o a source code view with syntax coloring (this is an optional
> feature -- see section _"Optional features"_)
> o direct access to _perlfunc_ <file:///perldoc?perlfunc>
> entries (builtin Perl functions)
> o search through _perlfaq_ <file:///perldoc?perlfaq> headers
> o fulltext search, including names of Perl variables (this is
> an optional feature -- see section _"Optional features"_).
> o parsing and display of version number
> o display if and when the displayed module entered Perl core.
> o parsing pod links and translating them into hypertext links
> o links to CPAN sites
> The DHTML code for navigating through documentation trees requires a
> modern browser. So far it has been tested on Microsoft Internet Explorer
> 6.0 and Firefox 2.0
> Enjoy ... and if you try them, please consider posting an evaluation at
> Best regards, Laurent Dami
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Wow! Very cool. Thanks for sharing this.
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