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Published: 2016-12-08T16:24:25+00:00

 



Tie::DBI

2016-11-03T13:39:53+00:00

Note that if your MySQL table has a field that is too short for the hash value you assign, the SQL update to the table will (silently) fail. Caveat emptor.




Nmap::Parser

2016-10-24T13:06:48+00:00

I think the argument list of the nmap command in this first example, should have a dash in front of the O (upper case o letter), giving '-sS -O -p 1-1023'




JSON::XS

2016-09-20T07:46:21+00:00

s/print \$value/print "$value"/ms




JSON::XS

2016-09-19T16:10:17+00:00

`print $value` changes $value?




Email::Send::SMTP::Gmail

2016-09-07T01:52:05+00:00

This:

    print "session error: $error" unless ($email!=-1);

looks like it should be unless ($mail!=-1);




Catalyst::PSGI

2016-05-10T20:40:55+00:00

Upgrade WHAT? To the latest release of WHAT?




CookBook

2016-04-25T06:06:49+00:00

Aren't $cgi and $session the wrong way around here?

In the sub code it says

    my ($session, $cgi) = @_;

i.e. $session first, $cgi second.




CSS::Style

2016-04-25T04:03:44+00:00

I am a total newbie, but it must add a property, not a selector. Where is specified the selector to add, otherwise?




Digest::ssdeep

2016-04-05T06:19:46+00:00

ssdeep uses FNV(not FNV-1a) hashing as a traditional hash.




Digest::ssdeep

2016-04-05T06:18:38+00:00

ssdeep uses FNV(not FNV-1a) hashing as a traditional hash.




RedisDB::Cluster

2016-04-04T15:53:00+00:00

RedisDB::Cluster does not support multi/exec aka pipelining.

See https://github.com/trinitum/RedisDB/issues/24#issuecomment-90736374.




Bot::BasicBot

2016-02-24T16:23:20+00:00

What is this 'names call' you speak of?




HTML::Template::Compiled

2016-01-23T01:21:15+00:00

There's a problem with the POD here. I can't 'see "COMPATIBILITY"', unfortunately. What should it be linking to?




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T17:23:37+00:00

Author: Fu Kai

Translator: rleir




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T17:20:37+00:00

When the command has been defined by calling 'send' above, you can call the connect method to run the entire event.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T17:10:28+00:00

To prepare for a connection, call the send method to give commands for execution on the remote host.

The send method can be repeated to add commands. Depending on the speed of the implementation, the callback can run almost immediately.

The first argument is the command, the second argument is the callback function. The callback function is called with parameters: the ssh object, standard output file handle, standard error file handle.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T17:05:22+00:00

Methods The object supports the following methods




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T16:59:11+00:00

Provide a password for remote connections. We also support key based authentication, in which case you need to specify the following attributes.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T16:55:44+00:00

Provide a user name for the remote connections. This defaults to the current user.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T16:54:11+00:00

Attributes: When a new SSH@ connection is to be made, these attributes are needed. We also inherit all the Net::SSH::Perl attributes.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T16:48:30+00:00

This module is an event driven wrapper around Net::SSH::Perl, which is more efficient than process-spawning implementations of ssh clients.

It can simultaneously connect to multiple hosts, with different commands on each. SSH connections can be chained, when they need to be sequential.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T16:34:48+00:00

Chain the commands: the output of the first command can be passed to the next command.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T16:31:10+00:00

Execute multiple commands concurrently (in parallel) on localhost. Execution order is not determined, so any command might be executed first. On command completion, the callback runs.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T16:23:36+00:00

Remote execution of commands, concurrently on multiple hosts.




AnyEvent::SSH2

2016-01-20T16:21:13+00:00

Non-blocking, event-driven implementation of SSH2