use strict; use CGI qw/:standard start_diary end_diary/; use Env;
thomasvs: Thanks for the automake help the other day. It’s all voodoo to me, but I’m picking it up slowly.
movement: Thanks for giving me a hand with oprofile on Monday. I still haven’t tracked
down those bugs we discussed. I’m also tinkering with valgrind. Very useful tool. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to
squeeze out the last of the bugs in their code.
I’ve also found lots of the fellow monks at PerlMonks.org to be incredibly useful lately. I’m running into very weird perl issues the deeper I
get into some code I’m working on. Lots of helpful folk there.
Also, I must give credit to Dorward and tomg on Efnet’s #html channel. They are very strict HTML/CSS purists
like myself. Birds of a feather, I guess. They’re also keeping me in line with some of my code.
The new Plucker website layout is coming along very well. It validates as XHTML 1.0 Transitional, the CSS is
100% validated in two separate parsers, and it works in 11 browsers. No tables, nothing fancy in the formatting, all CSS. The only browser that seems to have problems at all is
Konqueror. To date, it is the least compliant as far as CSS goes. Horrible results.