Tag Archives: perl

MongoDB Perl driver v1.0.0 RC 3 available – last chance to test

Today, I released the MongoDB Perl Driver v1.0.0 RC3 to CPAN as MongoDB-v0.999.999.6-TRIAL. It has only a handful of small changes, so might be your last chance to test a release candidate before a stable release is shipped. I've blogged about RC1 and RC2 already, so I don't have much more to add. As mentioned […]

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MongoDB Perl driver v1.0.0 RC 2 available – please test!

Yesterday, I released the MongoDB Perl Driver v1.0.0 RC2 to CPAN as MongoDB-v0.999.999.5-TRIAL. As I mentioned in my RC1 announcement last week that summarized the rationale and changes, everyone who uses MongoDB is strongly encouraged to download it and test it with their code. In particular, please read the MongoDB::Upgrading document, which describes the major […]

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Review a git branch in the terminal

When I review a pull-request with many commits, I want to be able to see all the commits and step back and forth through them. I used to use a git GUI (or github's web pages), but I hated having to leave the terminal to do that. Today I whipped up a Perl program to […]

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Announcing the MongoDB Perl driver v1.0.0 Release Candidate

I'm very happy to announce the release of the MongoDB Perl driver v1.0.0 Release Candidate 1 to CPAN! This next-generation driver is a substantial rewrite of the original and has been my primary project as lead engineer for the Perl driver since last summer. Rationale for a rewrite Over the last year, MongoDB engineers rewrote […]

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Visualizing Perl 5 Release History – 2015 edition

I've update my Perl 5 release history chart through the release of Perl 5.22.0. As I've pointed out before, the steady march of annual releases sets clear expectations for future development. Looking at this chart, I'm always struck by how the Perl 5.10 series differs from the rest. Perls 5.4, 5.5, 5.6 and 5.8 arrived […]

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