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Manual Reference Pages  -  GOO (3)

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NAME

Goo - Stick Things together with The Goo

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

shell> goo -p Object.pm         # show a [P]rofile of Object.pm

shell> goo -l Object.pm         # show Back [L]inks to Object.pm

shell> goo -r Object.pm         # [R]un Object.pm

shell> goo -i Object.pm         # comp[I]le Object.pm

shell> goo -p access.log                # show a [P]rofile of access.log

shell> goo -c Object.pm         # [C]lone Object.pm into another Thing

shell> goo -o                           # the Care[O]Meter shows Things you care about while coding (e.g., tasks, bugs)

shell> goo -z                           # show Things in your working [Z]one or mental buffer

DESCRIPTION

The Goo helps you stick Things together in your working environment.

Things include Perl modules, Perl scripts, log files, javascripts, configuration files, database tables, templates etc.

The Goo records a Trail as you jump quickly from Thing to Thing in a simple, text-based console. It remembers how you associate Things in your environment.

Accelerate your work by quickly traversing the Trail of associations between Things.

METHODS

check_environment Check and set up the environment.
do_action Take a command line switch (e.g., -p) and map it to an action handler (e.g., [P]rofile) and perform the action on the Thing.

AUTHOR

Nigel Hamilton <nigel@trexy.com>

SEE ALSO

Tour    http://thegoo.org/goo-tour.pdf (big)

Web     http://thegoo.org

Blog    http://blog.thegoo.org

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