2013.07.14 in #103
How to create a portable web application in Perl
Yuki Kimoto, a Japanese Perl programmer who created GitPrep (an open source Github clone) now collects a few items showing how to build an application using Mojolicious.
2013.07.26 in #105
Comparing Git repository viewers "GitPrep" and "GitLab"
Want to provide a web view of your Git repositories? Yuki Kimoto adds a new Perl-based offering to the table: GitPrep. In this article, he highlights the differences between this new contender and GitLab, one of the scene's major incumbents.
2013.08.24 in #109
Released GitPrep 1.2 - add import repositories feature, blame feature
GitPrep is a GitHub clone written in Perl. It's source code is in GitHub, and it was written using Mojolicious. It can be useful if you want to manage your own GitHub-like repository in your company.
2013.08.24 in #109
I translate "Master Perl Basic Syntax Fastest" to English
Another project by Yuki Kimoto, translating the Japanese Perl Tutorial to English.
2013.11.11 in #121
The way to write Ruby + Middleman application with Perl.
Middleman is ruby web framework that makes developing stand-alone websites simple. Yuki Kimoto shows an example using Mojolicious. One of the commenters points to a similar solution in Dancer, and yet another commenter points to Poet which is a modern web framework for Mason developers.
2014.02.26 in #136
GitPrep 1.5 is released - Improve HTTP repository access, and display README in subdirectory
GitPrep, written by Yuki Kimoto, is an open-source GitHub clone written in Perl. It needs both your testing - just use it! - and your contribution. (code, docs, UI, etc.)
2014.04.04 in #141
GitPrep 1.6 is released - Time zone support, Charset support, and improvement of markdown
A new version of GitPrep is out, announces Yuki Kimoto, and it had some nice features and, as the screenshots shows, looks darn good.
2014.06.06 in #150
GitPrep 1.8 is released - Public key authentication support
Yuki Kimoto releases a new version of GitPrep, the Perl-based GitHub-like repository service.
2014.11.11 in #173
GitPrep 1.9 release, Atom feed of commit log support, short ssl url support
GitPrep is an open source clone of GitHub written in Perl. It makes it easy to maintain GitHub repositories on your own server.
2015.05.19 in #200
Release the Validator :: Custom 0.27
Improvement of grammar, handling of a multiple values, improvement of the OR validation
2015.06.29 in #206
BBS Applicaton implemented by Mojolicious, which can run as CGI and Embdded web Server
Originally in Japanese.
2015.07.04 in #206
GitPrep 1.10 release - Improvement of CGI installation
2015.11.07 in #224
GitPrep 1.11 released - Support git 2, and add image support for markdown.
2015.12.11 in #229
Release of Validator::Custom 1.01
Kimoto-san has updated his Validator::Custom module, and gives a taster of some of the changes.
2016.01.20 in #235
Validation logic is more complex than you expect
About the 4 cases how parameters in GET requests can arrive.
2016.02.18 in #239
GitPrep 1.12 released - Catch up latest GitHub design
A new version of the locally-installable GitHub lookalike is out!
2016.04.14 in #247
I think subroutine signatures don't need arguments count checking
2016.04.19 in #248
Current subroutine signatures implementation contains two features which purposes are different
2016.05.07 in #250
GitPrep 2.0 is released - Support pull request and add good features
Now with Pull Requests!
2016.05.14 in #251
I create "Perl Tweet Timeline News" Web site
A new Perl news firehose.
2016.05.21 in #252
FFI::Platypus is interesting. It seems like real FFI module for Perl 5.
Kimoto-san shows how you can use FFI::Platypus to call a C library.
2016.06.22 in #257
Why do I like simple object system? Object::Simple story.
If you like Mojolicious's Mojo::Base and would wish to use it in non-Mojorelated projects, rejoice, for Object::Simple has entered the OO arena, and draws heavy, heeeavy inspiration from the Mojolicious code.
2016.08.06 in #263
Portable GitHub system "GitPrep 2.3" is released - At last, "Issues system" is added. "Bug tracking" available
GitPrep is a portable Github system, which means you can have a github clone running on your own server. If you like it, then give it a star on github, it will make Yuki happy.
2016.09.03 in #267
Simplest class builder "Object::Simple" 3.17 released!
Kimoto-san has released a new version of his minimal class builder (think lightweight Moo), Object::Simple.
2016.09.09 in #268
Reply to David Golden "Comparison of Class::Tiny and Object::Simple"
2017.01.04 in #285
I release Object::Simple 3.19 - Add official irc channel #object-simple on irc.perl.org
2017.03.16 in #295
DBIx::Custom 0.38 release
Kimoto-san has released a new version of DBIx::Custom, dropping some features that have been deprecated for the last 5 years.
2017.04.03 in #298
DBIx :: Custom 0.39 release
Adding SQL generation feature, and simple generation of model. Lots of changes. Needs testing.
2017.04.06 in #298
Good code style of DBIx::Custom at 2017
Best Practices: Connect - Create Model - Execute SQL
2017.04.28 in #301
Mojolicious::Plugin::INIConfig 0.04 is released
2017.05.25 in #306
Mojolicious::Plugin::INIConfig 0.6 is released. State become stable, and support config_override option
2017.05.30 in #306
SPVM is developed little by little
Static Perl Virtual Matchine (SPVM) is a Perlish static typed language. It is the language to speed up numerical operation and array operation in Perl.
2017.06.06 in #307
Kimoto-san has released a new version of his Github replacement, GitPrep, which adds wiki support.
2017.06.20 in #309
SPVM is released! Perl maybe become much fast.
SPVM - Fast calculation, GC, static typing, VM with perlish syntax. David Mertens, in the comment section points to similarities to rperl and some issues with C::Blocks.
2017.09.23 in #322
Easy C/C++ Binding using SPVM
Kimoto-san shows how you can implement part of your work in C/C++ using his SVPM system.
2017.10.14 in #325
6lang Naming Proposal is Good
This month's name for Perl 6 is 6lang. Kimoto-san explains why he likes this, which really comes down to the fact that including "Perl" in the name of "Perl 6" continues to damage both Perl 5 and Perl 6.
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