Try this script as an alternative to Set::IntervalTree
Ο "Isaac Turner" έγραψε στο μήνυμα
I recently tried to use Set::IntervalTree but found that it wouldn't
compile on mac. Several people also reported problems on different
systems, so I set about writing a pure perl implementation.
I've now written it, and am considering putting it up on CPAN.
However, I can't contact the developer (no email address, never
responded to platform issues >9 months ago). If I do put the module
on CPAN, what should it be called?
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... compile on mac. ... Several people also reported problems on different ... so I set about writing a pure perl implementation. ... and am considering putting it up on CPAN. ...
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