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Bite-size backgrounders make important planning issues easy for officials and the public to understand.They're ideal for public meetings, private briefings, and staff orientations.Alternatively one can use the Windows binary of cloc generated with PAR:: Packer to run on Windows computers that have neither Perl nor Cygwin.) cloc contains code from David Wheeler's SLOCCount, Damian Conway and Abigail's Perl module Regexp:: Common, Sean M.Burke's Perl module Win32:: Autoglob, and Tye Mc Queen's Perl module Algorithm:: Diff.The necessary code from Regexp:: Common v2.120 and Algorithm:: Diff v1.1902 are embedded within the cloc source code (see subroutines ).Only three lines are needed from Win32:: Autoglob and these are included directly in cloc.
It is written entirely in Perl with no dependencies outside the standard distribution of Perl v5.6 and higher (code from some external modules is embedded within cloc) and so is quite portable.APA members and PAS subscribers can download each new report as it is posted, and can download nearly 100 reports published since 1994.PAS subscribers also receive a print copy of each new PAS report. These bimonthly alerts bring you practical information from planners around the country facing the same challenges you are.Additionally, cloc will use Digest:: MD5 to validate uniqueness among input files if Digest:: MD5 is installed locally.If Digest:: MD5 is not found the file uniqueness check is skipped.