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February 20, 2009 01:48
Message ID: 90D6C8E4AC52DB4283864AF35A41E73F03F1BE10@CHN-SNR-MBX02.wipro.com
Another thing I found is, when I try the command "perldoc Bundle::Expect", it displays the documentation. So it should be installed. But when I try with "perldoc Expect", nothing is displayed. Is there any problem in the installation? Is there any way to install?
From: Ramesh Marimuthu (WT01 - Telecom Equipment)
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 3:03 PM
To: 'Thomas Bätzler'
Subject: RE: Bundle-Expect
Thanks Thomas. Actually when is give "use Expect;", the error I get is "Can't locate Expect.pm in @INC ...". Is there anything that I'm missing or should I check something?
From: Thomas Bätzler [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 2:51 PM
Cc: Ramesh Marimuthu (WT01 - Telecom Equipment)
Subject: AW: Bundle-Expect
> I'm totally new to Perl. I tried installing a module Bundle-Expect.pm.
> Also I called inside my Perl script by "Use Bundle::Expect". While
A bundle is not a module, it's a whole collection of related modules.
In this case I suspect you'll probably want to "use Expect;"
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