Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #bioperl, 2013-05-17

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17:28 pyrimidine genehack_: nice interview with Gabor
17:29 genehack_ pyrimidine: thank you
17:29 pyrimidine genehack: now, on to bash bioperl!
17:29 pyrimidine :)
17:29 genehack hehe
17:31 pyrimidine genehack: s'okay, it needs some bashing
17:33 genehack it's like a lot of perl stuff -- it was good in the day, it still works ok (when it works at all), but gotDAMN the insides are ugly
17:34 pyrimidine yup
17:38 pyrimidine carandraug: just sent you a replu
17:38 pyrimidine *reply
17:55 carandraug pyrimidine, when I was fixing the stuff in Bio::ASN1::entrezgene I don't think it goes greedy. next_seq parsed what comes next
17:56 carandraug pyrimidine, but what would next_seq return from a set? Or one would have to go while ($seq->next_set) {while ($_->next_seq) { ... from now on?
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