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Old 11-18-2014, 02:21 PM   #16
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Hi,
I got gmail norifier code. Some body please guide me how to use it. I want to use it for getting automatic alerts about the arrival of any email on my gmail account & to know about the sender. The code is:

Some body please guide me. I dont know where should i specify my gmail account email address.What is the purpose of PostNotification??
Again, if you're a teacher and you're teaching this subject, why do you not know the basics of it?

Great, so you downloaded another program and posted it verbatim....if you want to know how it works, then read the documentation on it.
https://github.com/sekimura/AnyEvent-Gmail-Feed

Want to know where the user/password come from? Did you pay attention to the moosex::getopt object?
http://search.cpan.org/~ether/MooseX...oseX/Getopt.pm

The purpose of the PostNotification is, VERY OBVIOUSLY, to notify you when new post arrives.
 
Old 11-18-2014, 02:22 PM   #17
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You want people to "guide" you? Then accept this guidance: you need to learn how to write programs in Perl. If you skip that step then you cannot do this, and no-one can help you.

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Old 11-19-2014, 02:43 AM   #18
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I dont know where should i specify my gmail account email address.
since it's gmail all about, it should be enough to put your username - the address is then username@gmail.com
 
Old 11-19-2014, 03:58 AM   #19
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please do not teach what you are not good at..
you are copying code from various places and then posting here to get just the info of your use!!! No practice No updation and above all No learning.
 
Old 11-19-2014, 08:17 AM   #20
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please do not teach what you are not good at..
you are copying code from various places and then posting here to get just the info of your use!!! No practice No updation and above all No learning.
Right now I have not even able to get the actual code. I have to do some work which i am willing to do. I have got several books but unfortunately they are too old. So i learn by interacting with you people on the forums. However I am not teaching the programming. Its related to lab work. I have assigned projects to my students as i am the course teacher. I have to provide them example code. If I dont know anything, it does not mean that i should not be giving any insight to my students. I dont believe in such restrictions. Sorry this forum is not meant for this sort of conversation. Thanks for your concerns.

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Old 11-19-2014, 12:05 PM   #21
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Right now I have not even able to get the actual code.
Despite being able to find THOUSANDS of examples with a brief Google search?
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I have to do some work which i am willing to do.I have got several books but unfortunately they are too old.
Then, since you are a TEACHER, BUY SOME NEW BOOKS, or look at any of the ABSOLUTELY FREE documentation you can find online. Not seeing any stumbling blocks so far, for someone who is 'willing' to work.
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So i learn by interacting with you people on the forums. However I am not teaching the programming. Its related to lab work. I have assigned projects to my students as i am the course teacher. I have to provide them example code.
So...you're not the teacher...but you're assigning work to grade, on a subject you don't know, related to the class you're teaching?? And YOU have to provide THEM code...which is typically how STUDENTS are graded, by providing code THEY wrote TO a teacher. Nothing you've said here makes any sense.
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If I dont know anything, it does not mean that i should not be giving any insight to my students. I dont believe in such restrictions. Sorry this forum is not meant for this sort of conversation. Thanks for your concerns.
They are not 'restrictions', and if you're teaching a class in programming, they are not paying you for 'insight'...they are paying you to teach PROGRAMMING. Not speculation, not guesswork...actual KNOWLEDGE.

Again, if you are willing to do the work, then please, PROVE IT by actually writing code of your own, and posting it here. You have not even ATTEMPTED to understand the pre-written code you posted here, and instead, have asked US to do it.

Either you are the student and are wanting us to do your homework for you, or you are woefully unqualified to teach the subject you're teaching.
 
Old 11-19-2014, 03:50 PM   #22
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I want to use it for getting automatic alerts about the arrival of any email on my gmail account & to know about the sender. The code is:

<snip>

I dont know where should i specify my gmail account email address.What is the purpose of PostNotification??
Hints:

How do you think that someone else, seeing that code for the first time, would go about figuring these things out? What do you think they need to know in order to do so? What language is the code in, and how do you rate your own ability to program in that language? Have you looked into the protocols (such as IMAP) that the code would be using? Did you look at the rest of the code in the GitHub project that the example comes from, and do you think maybe, just maybe, that that code might be relevant too? Why did you initially think that SMTP was used to check for incoming email, and have you corrected the thought process that led to that misconception?

So far, every indication has been that even if you did "get the actual code" you would never understand it. You need to change that. Thinking about the above questions would be a good start.

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Right now I have not even able to get the actual code. I have to do some work which i am willing to do. I have got several books but unfortunately they are too old. So i learn by interacting with you people on the forums. However I am not teaching the programming. Its related to lab work. I have assigned projects to my students as i am the course teacher. I have to provide them example code. If I dont know anything, it does not mean that i should not be giving any insight to my students. I dont believe in such restrictions. Sorry this forum is not meant for this sort of conversation. Thanks for your concerns.
That reads like a paragraph full of excuses to me. So do you think you can do this, or do you not think you can do this?

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Hi,
Thanks for answering me. I am ready to buy books. If you have any good book for perl, let me know. Right now i am still in the process of searching code. I am not in a position to write some code for my task until i am able to get some simple understandable thing. Last night i searched one another code. It is very close to my requirement:
Code:
use GMail::Checker;

    my $gwrapper = new GMail::Checker();
    my $gwrapper = new GMail::Checker(USERNAME => "username, PASSWORD => "password");

    # Let's log into our account (using SSL)
    $gwrapper->login("username","password");

    # Get the number of messages in the maildrop & their total size
    my ($nb, $size) = $gwrapper->get_msg_nb_size();

    # Do we have new messages ?
    my $alert =  $gwrapper->get_pretty_nb_messages(ALERT => "TOTAL_MSG");

    # Get the headers for a specific message (defaults to last message)
    my @headers = $gwrapper->get_msg_headers(HEADERS => "FULL", MSG => 74);

    # Get a message size
    my ($msgnb, $msgsize) = $gwrapper->get_msg_size(MSG => 42);

    # Retrieve a specific message
    my @msg = $gwrapper->get_msg(MSG => 23);

    # Retrieve UIDL for a message
    my @uidl = $gwrapper->get_uidl(MSG => 10);
But the problem is that, I cant download Gmail::Checker. If any body has any knowledge please let me know. I always take care of the understandability aspect. Please dont worry about it even though day by programming is becoming a cut & paste job. But I accept your views. Again its not relevant to me :
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if you're teaching a class in programming, they are not paying you for 'insight'
because its a waste of time to discuss these things here. You people must be very busy people. You have to look into other's problems also so i avoid talking about these things. But I am not teaching programming. Programming is just a by-product (lab stuff) of this course. In the theory (lectures), there is no programming content. No perl. There are separate teachers for lab. But i know the importance of programming that's why i have kept myself involved in it for students' sake. I am not afraid of criticism because i am not doing anything wrong. I am posting in newbie which means that i am not a programming astute. My objectives are clear. I want to make my students up-to-date so that they must be ready to face any challenge in their professional career.

At the end, I would write some code tomorrow. I am thankful to you people. I enjoy posting here. But this is the first time that my posts have been subjected to this sort of scrutiny. I hope i have cleared my intentions. Thanks for your time, help, suggestions, reservations & objections.

Zulfi.
 
Old 11-20-2014, 02:31 PM   #24
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Hi,
Thanks for answering me. I am ready to buy books. If you have any good book for perl, let me know.
There are many...the O'Riley books are pretty much the 'standard', but there are several others. But, since your problem seems to be you have OLD books, you should be able to buy ANY NEW ONES, and get your problem solved.
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Right now i am still in the process of searching code. I am not in a position to write some code for my task until i am able to get some simple understandable thing.
Until you actually start DOING the work, you won't understand it. There is VERY LITTLE your old Perl books lack in helping you understand any of the VERY BASIC things you've posted thus far.
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Last night i searched one another code. It is very close to my requirement: But the problem is that, I cant download Gmail::Checker. If any body has any knowledge please let me know.
...and this goes back to "It doesn't seem like you want to do ANY WORK OF YOUR OWN". If you bothered going to CPAN, you can easily find that module....and if you found it (amazingly, by putting Gmail::Checker" into the search box), you'd see the DOWNLOAD BUTTON. What, exactly, is your problem doing that? Shouldn't have one, since the code you blatantly copied is FROM THE CPAN PAGE, and if you looked to the left of that sample code, you might see the DOWNLOAD button.
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I always take care of the understandability aspect. Please dont worry about it even though day by programming is becoming a cut & paste job. But I accept your views. Again its not relevant to me :
Programming is not a 'cut and paste' job, and it never has been.
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because its a waste of time to discuss these things here. You people must be very busy people. You have to look into other's problems also so i avoid talking about these things. But I am not teaching programming. Programming is just a by-product (lab stuff) of this course. In the theory (lectures), there is no programming content. No perl. There are separate teachers for lab. But i know the importance of programming that's why i have kept myself involved in it for students' sake. I am not afraid of criticism because i am not doing anything wrong. I am posting in newbie which means that i am not a programming astute. My objectives are clear. I want to make my students up-to-date so that they must be ready to face any challenge in their professional career.
..and we're back to "Nothing you've said there makes sense". If you're not teaching programming, then WHY ARE YOU ASKING FOR CODE??? If that's not your job, but someone elses, THEY should need it. By your own admission, you say you're not teaching programming, not teaching the lab, and not even involved in programming at all. So what is the point here???

Again, this sounds like you're wanting a handout, because you have an assignment due.
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At the end, I would write some code tomorrow. I am thankful to you people. I enjoy posting here. But this is the first time that my posts have been subjected to this sort of scrutiny. I hope i have cleared my intentions. Thanks for your time, help, suggestions, reservations & objections.
No, you haven't. You are still asking for handouts, haven't answered questions when asked, and STILL haven't shown ANY EFFORT OF YOUR OWN.

To save you further time, you WILL NOT BE GETTING HANDOUTS. If you post some code that YOU wrote, and ask for help, you'll get it. Asking people to look up things for you, making up stories about you being a 'teacher' (but not really...kind of....but not...only for one thing, but not even that.....), and showing ZERO effort, you will NOT get any help.

Also, it's interesting to note that you've been posting questions in at least one other Perl forum for over a year now, in a similar vein. At what point are you going to start applying what you've been told?

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Old 11-21-2014, 06:46 AM   #25
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Hi,
I am getting problem in installing GMail::Checker though CPAN reports that its installed:
Code:
cpan[1]> install GMail::Checker
Reading '/root/.cpan/Metadata'
  Database was generated on Mon, 10 Nov 2014 03:41:02 GMT
Fetching with LWP:
http://cpan.mirror.choon.net/authors/01mailrc.txt.gz
Reading '/root/.cpan/sources/authors/01mailrc.txt.gz'
............................................................................DONE
Fetching with LWP:
http://cpan.mirror.choon.net/modules/02packages.details.txt.gz
Reading '/root/.cpan/sources/modules/02packages.details.txt.gz'
  Database was generated on Fri, 21 Nov 2014 04:17:02 GMT
..............
  New CPAN.pm version (v2.05) available.
  [Currently running version is v2.00]
  You might want to try
    install CPAN
    reload cpan
  to both upgrade CPAN.pm and run the new version without leaving
  the current session.


..............................................................DONE
Fetching with LWP:
http://cpan.mirror.choon.net/modules/03modlist.data.gz
Reading '/root/.cpan/sources/modules/03modlist.data.gz'
DONE
Writing /root/.cpan/Metadata
Running install for module 'GMail::Checker'
Running make for F/FA/FAYS/GMail-Checker-1.04.tar.gz
Fetching with LWP:
http://cpan.mirror.choon.net/authors/id/F/FA/FAYS/GMail-Checker-1.04.tar.gz
Fetching with LWP:
http://cpan.mirror.choon.net/authors/id/F/FA/FAYS/CHECKSUMS
Checksum for /root/.cpan/sources/authors/id/F/FA/FAYS/GMail-Checker-1.04.tar.gz ok
Scanning cache /root/.cpan/build for sizes
............................................................................DONE

  CPAN.pm: Building F/FA/FAYS/GMail-Checker-1.04.tar.gz

Checking if your kit is complete...
Looks good
Writing Makefile for GMail::Checker
Could not read metadata file. Falling back to other methods to determine prerequisites
cp Checker.pm blib/lib/GMail/Checker.pm
Manifying blib/man3/GMail::Checker.3pm
  FAYS/GMail-Checker-1.04.tar.gz
  /usr/bin/make -- OK
'YAML' not installed, will not store persistent state
Running make test
PERL_DL_NONLAZY=1 /usr/bin/perl "-MExtUtils::Command::MM" "-MTest::Harness" "-e" "undef *Test::Harness::Switches; test_harness(0, 'blib/lib', 'blib/arch')" t/*.t
t/use.t .. 1/2 Useless use of reference-type operator in void context at t/use.t line 13.
Useless use of string eq in void context at t/use.t line 14.
t/use.t .. ok   
All tests successful.
Files=1, Tests=2,  0 wallclock secs ( 0.02 usr  0.00 sys +  0.04 cusr  0.00 csys =  0.06 CPU)
Result: PASS
  FAYS/GMail-Checker-1.04.tar.gz
  /usr/bin/make test -- OK
Running make install
Manifying blib/man3/GMail::Checker.3pm
Installing /root/perl5/lib/perl5/GMail/Checker.pm
Installing /root/perl5/man/man3/GMail::Checker.3pm
Appending installation info to /root/perl5/lib/perl5/x86_64-linux-thread-multi/perllocal.pod
  FAYS/GMail-Checker-1.04.tar.gz
  /usr/bin/make install  -- OK

cpan[2]> exit
Terminal does not support GetHistory.
Lockfile removed.
[root@localhost lab6]#


The code & error is given below:

Code:
[lab6@localhost ~]$ perl gc2.pl
Can't locate GMail/Checker.pm in @INC (you may need to install the GMail::Checker module) (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib64/perl5 /usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib64/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 .) at gc2.pl line 2.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at gc2.pl line 2.
[lab6@localhost ~]$ cat gc2.pl
#!/usr/bin/perl
use GMail::Checker;
my $gwrapper = new GMaile::Checker;

[lab6@localhost ~]$
I am able to install GMail::Checker on windows & i am not getting module installation error.

Some body please guide me.

Zulfi.
 
Old 11-21-2014, 09:52 AM   #26
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Hi,
I am getting problem in installing GMail::Checker though CPAN reports that its installed:
...and I guess you ignored the CPAN errors, and version problems, right???
Quote:
The code & error is given below:
Code:
Can't locate GMail/Checker.pm in @INC (you may need to install the GMail::Checker module) (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib64/perl5 /usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib64/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 .) at gc2.pl line 2.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at gc2.pl line 2.
I am able to install GMail::Checker on windows & i am not getting module installation error.

Some body please guide me.
We will 'guide you' AGAIN, to put some actual effort into things. You were 'guided' to the download link on the webpage, where you blatantly copied that code. Did you download it? Extract the file? Actually READ the documentation and installation instructions that came with it???? You were 'guided' to documentation...did you read it?

Download the source, and follow the installation instructions. AGAIN, you have been working with Perl for some time now, and both here (and in other forums), you ask people to 'guide' you, but don't seem to listen. If you need to be spoon-fed each and every command to type in, handed source code, and have that code EXPLAINED to you...what, exactly, is the work YOU are putting into things??? How are YOU LEARNING????

If you can't be bothered to read the instructions, or show any effort, then there is ABSOLUTELY NO POINT in you posting.
 
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no, zak100, i am not very busy.
but right now i am totally fascinated by the fact that someone types so many posts with so many words, in order to convince others to hand out solutions that could have been found with a fraction of that effort, directed in the right direction.

just today i heard mcgyver say: honey, you can do anything if you put your mind to it.
- instead, you are putting your mind to trying to convince us that we have some ethical obligation to do your work.

keenly awaiting the next episode,

o.

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no, zak100, i am not very busy.
but right now i am totally fascinated by the fact that someone types so many posts with so many words, in order to convince others to hand out solutions that could have been found with a fraction of that effort, directed in the right direction.

just today i heard mcgyver say: honey, you can do anything if you put your mind to it.
- instead, you are putting your mind to trying to convince us that we have some ethical obligation to do your work.

keenly awaiting the next episode,
o.
Could not agree more...and the fact that the OP has done similar things for over a YEAR now on other perl forums is a good indication of where this will go.
 
Old 11-23-2014, 01:32 PM   #29
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Hi,
Thanks for providing those links. I feel sorry for not considering those links as a possible solution to my problem. I checked 'readme'. It says:
%perldoc AnyEvent::Gmail::Feed

Actually i dont have linux system at my home. Tomorrow i would check it on my lab computer.

Thanks for providing me this hint. Actually, i just wanted to provide an example program to my students. Our objectives are same. I am also spreading out Linux in my area. Many people use Windows. As a result of my project, several students installed Ubuntu on their systems. If you have time, I am also not in a hurry for its solution. Only some groups may stuck but you know its not my headache. I am trying & i have asked them to switch to client Server computing if the email program doesnt work. Thanks for your cooperation.

Zulfi.

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Old 11-23-2014, 04:42 PM   #30
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Hi,
Thanks for providing those links. I feel sorry for not considering those links as a possible solution to my problem. I checked 'readme'. It says:
%perldoc AnyEvent::Gmail::Feed
..which is not what you were posting about most recently.
Quote:
Actually i dont have linux system at my home. Tomorrow i would check it on my lab computer.
Why not?? You can easily run Linux as a guest on a Windows system, which you obviously DO have.
Quote:
Thanks for providing me this hint. Actually, i just wanted to provide an example program to my students. Our objectives are same.
First, please stop saying you're a teacher...personally, I DO NOT BELIEVE YOU, based on the very illogical story you've told so far, the fact that you've been asking for handouts for more than a YEAR now, and that you don't seem to do any research of your own. Second, your objective seems to be getting someone to write your code for you...which is NOT the objective of others.
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I am also spreading out Linux in my area. Many people use Windows. As a result of my project, several students installed Ubuntu on their systems. If you have time, I am also not in a hurry for its solution.
Good thing you're not in a hurry...we will AGAIN be very plain with you, since you're don't appear to be paying attention: WE ARE NOT GOING TO WRITE YOUR CODE FOR YOU, and you need to SHOW EFFORT OF YOUR OWN, period. You have not done so. Want this program to work? Then use the MANY resources available to you and write it. This is something that should take about an hour, IF you have problems.
Quote:
Only some groups (particularly female students) may stuck but you know its not my headache.
No, YOU seem to be stuck...and why would 'particularly female students' be more stuck?? There are MANY female programmers on this site who would be able to code this in about ten minutes, which is something that seems beyond your capabilities.

And we go back to your statements being illogical...if it ISN'T your headache, WHY are you working on it? If you're not the teacher, WHY are you teaching what you don't know? If you ARE the teacher, why are you asking to be spoon-fed answers, when you won't be able to understand them???
Quote:
I am trying & i have asked them to switch to client Server computing if the email program doesnt work. Thanks for your cooperation.
..and this statement right here indicates that you have no idea about much to do with computing in general, past asking for handouts in forums.

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