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Id: 98660
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Subject: CLI for Encode::Guess?
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Encode::Guess looks like an awesome way to detect file encodings. Could we write a basic command line interface for this, so that non-Perl users can benefit from it?
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On Fri Sep 05 23:27:07 2014, mcandre wrote: Show quoted text
> Encode::Guess looks like an awesome way to detect file encodings. > Could we write a basic command line interface for this, so that non- > Perl users can benefit from it?
I've written this wrapper and will be submitting a pull request soon. Sorry, if I'm not following a proper workflow. This is the first time I've interacted with rt.cpan.org.
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Merged in: https://github.com/dankogai/p5-encode/pull/32 Dan the Maintainer Thereof On Mon Feb 02 20:12:03 2015, LAGRASTA wrote: Show quoted text
> On Fri Sep 05 23:27:07 2014, mcandre wrote:
> > Encode::Guess looks like an awesome way to detect file encodings. > > Could we write a basic command line interface for this, so that non- > > Perl users can benefit from it?
> > I've written this wrapper and will be submitting a pull request soon. > > Sorry, if I'm not following a proper workflow. This is the first time > I've interacted with rt.cpan.org.


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