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|Name: perl-Tie-IxHash||Distribution: RPMForge repository for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5|
|Version: 1.22||Vendor: RPMForge|
|Release: 1.el5.rf||Build date: Wed Apr 14 03:03:35 2010|
|Group: Applications/CPAN||Build host: neodyme.arrfab.net|
|Size: 0||Source RPM: perl-Tie-IxHash-1.22-1.el5.rf.src.rpm|
|Packager: Fabian Arrotin <email@example.com>|
|Summary: Ordered associative arrays for Perl|
If you have been led to believe that associative arrays in perl don't preserve order, and if you have ever craved for that feature, this module is for you. Simply declare a "tie" for the hash variable that you want to be order-preserving, and forget that limitation ever existed. You can do other nifty things with the tied hash object that you may be used to doing with arrays, like Push(), Pop() and Splice(). If you don't know what "tie" means, you should look at the perltie(1) manpage in a recent perl distribution, or in the index of one of the numerous books on perl.
* Thu Mar 11 2010 Christoph Maser <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 1.22-1 - Updated to version 1.22. * Wed Mar 22 2006 Dries Verachtert <email@example.com> - 1.21-1.2 - Rebuild for Fedora Core 5. * Fri Jul 23 2004 Dries Verachtert <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 1.21-1 - Initial package.
/usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8/Tie/IxHash.pm /usr/share/doc/perl-Tie-IxHash-1.22 /usr/share/doc/perl-Tie-IxHash-1.22/Changes /usr/share/doc/perl-Tie-IxHash-1.22/README /usr/share/man/man3/Tie::IxHash.3pm.gz
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