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November 6, 2000 22:35
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[Fwd: Re: [ID 20001102.007] perl@7524 not OK in POSIX extension on]
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looks like you have a perlbug problem.
this exact same e-mail and perlbug id are being sent to the same
address multiple times.

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Subject: Re: [ID 20001102.007] perl@7524 not OK in POSIX extension on
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At 7:35 PM -0600 11/2/00, Jarkko Hietaniemi wrote:
>  > [.lib]findbin...........ok
>>  [.lib]ftmp-mktemp.......FAILED on test 10
>>  [.lib]ftmp-posix........FAILED on test 8
>>  [.lib]ftmp-security.....FAILED on test 14
>>  [.lib]ftmp-tempfile.....FAILED on test 17
>
>There is a recent change to File::Temp, the 7494.  It did this:
[snip]
>which I guess was not such a hot idea in VMS.

That doesn't appear to be the problem.  For example, in verbose mode
using 7573 I get:

[.LIB]FTMP-POSIX........1..7
Use of uninitialized value in exists at ../lib/DynaLoader.pm line 83.
Use of uninitialized value in string ne at ../lib/DynaLoader.pm line 89.
ok 1
# TMPNAM: in a scalar context:
ok 2
# TMPNAM file name: D0:[CRAIG]XWu2QzrDZM
# TMPNAM: in list context: GLOB(0x43e274) D0:[CRAIG]KqncFT4XYt
ok 3
ok 4
ok 5
# TMPFILE: tmpfile got FH GLOB(0x43e454)
# TMPFILE: Wrote line: Hello a test
ok 6
# TMPFILE: Read line: Hello a test
ok 7
FAILED on test 8
Failed 1 test, 0.00% okay.
u=243.52  s=0  cu=0  cs=0  files=1  tests=7

So the tests are passing but the run-time carping is leaving junk in
the output.  Dynaloader is using Config items at the point where this
happens; I haven't sorted out yet what's new or why these items are
uninitialized.
-- 
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Craig A. Berry
mailto:craig.berry@psinetcs.com



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