Perl Medic: Transforming Legacy Code
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InhaltsverzeichnisPreface. Perl or perl? Obtaining Perl. Historical Perl. Who This Book Is For. Typographical Conventions. For Further Reference. Perl Versions. Perl 6. Acknowledgments. 1. Introduction (First Response). First Things First. Reasons for Inheritance. What Next? Observe the Program in Its Natural Habitat. Get Personal. Strictness. Warnings. 2. Surveying the Scene. Versions. Part or Whole? Find the Dependencies. 3. Test Now, Test Forever (Diagnosis). Testing Your Patience. Extreme Testing. An Example Using Test: Modules. Testing Legacy Code. A Final Encouragement. 4. Rewriting (Transplants). Strategizing. Why Are You Doing This? Style. Comments. Restyling. Variable Renaming. Editing. Line Editing. Antipatterns. Evolution. 5. The Disciplined Perl Program. Package Variables vs Lexical Variables. Warnings and Strictness. use strict in Detail. use warnings in Detail. Selective Disabling. Caveat Programmer. Perl Poetry. 6. Restructuring (The Operating Table). Keep It Brief. Cargo Cult Perl. Escaping the Global Variable Trap. Debugging Strategies. 7. Upgrading (Plastic Surgery). Strategies. Perl 4. Perl 5.000. Perl 5.001. Perl 5.002. Perl 5.003. Perl 5.004. Perl 5.005. Perl 5.6.0. Perl 5.6.1. Perl 5.8.0. Perl 5.8.1. Perl 5.8.2. Perl 5.8.3. 8. Using Modules (Genetic Enhancement). The Case for CPAN. Using CPAN. Improving Code with Modules. Custom Perls. 9. Analysis (Forensic Pathology). Static Analysis. Eliminating Superfluous Code. Finding Inefficient Code. Debugging. 10. Increasing Maintainability (Prophylaxis). Making It Robust. Advanced Brevity. Documentation. Custom Warnings. Version Control System Integration. 11. A Case Study. The Setup. Triage. Desperately Seeking Sanity. Coming into the 21st Century. Incorporating Modules Effectively, Part 1. Incorporating Modules Effectively, Part 2. Making It Mature, Part 1. Making It Mature, Part 2. Making It Mature, Part 3. Advanced Modification. 12. Conclusion (Prognosis). In Conclusion. Perl People. A Final Thought. Appendix: Source Code. Tie::Array::Bounded. Benchmark::TimeTick. smallprofpp. Bibliography. Index. About the Author.
PortraitPETER J. SCOTT runs Pacific Systems Design Technologies, providing Perl training, application development, and enterprise systems analysis. He was a speaker on the 2002 Perl Whirl cruise and at YAPC::Canada, and he founded his local Perl Monger group. A software developer since 1981 and a Perl developer since 1992, he has also created programs for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Scott graduated from Cambridge University, England, with a Master's of Arts Degree in Computer Science and now lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife Grace, a cat, and a parrot, at least one of which also uses Perl. He is the lead author of Perl Debugged.
Untertitel: Transforming Legacy Code. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ADDISON WESLEY PUB CO INC
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2004
Seitenanzahl: 311 Seiten