December 2007
Perl Review;Winter2007, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p21
Academic Journal
The article features several modules from developers designed for Perl computer program language. Michael Schilli turned two tar archives into one by using Archive::Tar::Merge. Marcel Grünauer used Carp::Source in showing the code around the line number and file name in Carp modules. Michael R. Davis created the KML files that one can upload into Google Earth using Geo::GoogleEarth::Document.


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