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Of course it's generated! You don't think I'd type all that by hand, do you? ;-)
If you did that the whole monastery would probably curse you :-) Actually, the real question is the next right one, which you answered,
My intention is to update the list as new snippets are posted.
But no, I won't ask how you would do that ;-)
I should also consider junk such leading alphanumeric strings as "code", "golf", and "updated"...
I'm sorry, I never thought about this. Some people just put any leading chararcter in the title. OK, I'm fine with this.
I've moved the list off site. Let me know if you still experience problems with it.
Now, I'm having new problems. The New Snippets Index gives me:
PerlMonks Snippets - By Title

Generated on 2007-06-07
160544 demerphq 2002-04-19
248201 Mr. Muskrat 2003-04-04

And the Snippets Permuted Index gives me:
PerlMonks Snippets - Permuted Titles

Generated on 2007-06-07

Those are the whole-page for each link from your nodes. The links on the offsite pages would bring me to the non-sessioned pages where I'm not logged in. Is this intended? What happens?

Open source softwares? Share and enjoy. Make profit from them if you can. Yet, share and enjoy!

In reply to Re^3: New Snippets Index by naikonta
in thread New Snippets Index by jdporter

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