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Re: DAVEM TPF Grant#2 February 2018 report

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From:
Marcus Holland-Moritz
Date:
April 9, 2018 12:08
Subject:
Re: DAVEM TPF Grant#2 February 2018 report
Message ID:
20180409130759.36769662@air.mhxnet.de
Sorry for the late reply, my bad. I've apparently (and
definitely unintentionally) disabled fetching from this
account and only just realized after coming back from
a long trip. :-(

Anyway, thanks Dave, +1!


On 2018-03-05, at 21:53:33 +0200, Sawyer X wrote:

> +1!
> 
> Thank you, Dave.
> 
> On 03/05/2018 12:23 PM, Dave Mitchell wrote:
> > I have spent the last month mainly doing two things:
> >
> > Fixing various issues with overloading and the new multiconcat op. I
> > decided that rather than continue adding more and more special-case
> > handling to the existing code, I would handle the overloading in
> > pp_multiconcat() in a different way which avoids most edge cases.
> > This work is complete.
> >
> > Making the parser die more gracefully if an attribute is encountered
> > *following* a subroutine signature (they were recently moved to precede
> > it).  Currently the parser tends to just spew a whole bunch of confusing
> > warnings and errors.
> > This work is also complete.
> >  
> > SUMMARY:
> >       9:11 RT #132760 BBC YANICK/List-Lazy-0.3.0
> >       4:11 RT #132772 Blead Breaks CPAN: TIMB/Geo-StreetAddress-US
> >      25:34 RT #132783 Blead Breaks CPAN: ADAMK/SQL-String-0.02.tar.gz
> >       3:57 RT #132875 Blead Breaks CPAN: ZDM/Pcore-v0.56.5
> >       1:00 ext/File-Glob/t/rt131211.t: fix timing issues
> >       0:41 fix noisy tests
> >       2:55 process p5p mailbox
> >       0:24 tr///c Deparse test failure on EBCDIC  
> >     ------  
> >      47:53 TOTAL (HH::MM)  
> >
> >  228.4 weeks
> > 3010.3 total hours
> >   13.2 average hours per week
> >
> > There are 123 hours left on the grant.
> >  
> 


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