On Jul 2, 2011 5:52 PM, "Tracy Reed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 02, 2011 at 05:46:16PM -0700, Chris Babcock spake thusly:
> > The language is cool. I've done some CGI scripting and some other filter
> > scripts with it just because it's fast and fun. For the niche - filter scripts
> > - it's a good language even without the classifiers.
> What's the best tutorial intro to the language? I've used the classifiers in a
> real basic way once or twice using code I stole from somewhere but that is the
> extent of my crm114 use aside from extensive use of mailfilter.
There's a short form in the source, but the 280 page PDF, "CRM Revealed", is definitive. Last I knew it was still on the official downloads page.
Unless you're programming in C, CRM-114 is the only way to get at the classifiers until libcrm is sufficiently stable for authors to write bindings to other languages. I've heard already of someone planning Python bindings, but I forgot to ask if he was using SWIG. If he is, other bindings could follow.
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