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From:
Dave Mitchell
Date:
February 19, 2018 15:01
Subject:
Storable noisy STDERR output
Message ID:
20180219150044.GA3216@iabyn.com
On linux with bash at least, the Storable build process has started to
become exceeding noisy on STDERR, with many lines similar to

sh: line 1: 14486 Segmentation fault      (core dumped) LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/home/davem/perl5/git/bleed/dist/Storable/../.. /home/davem/perl5/git/bleed/perl -I../../lib/auto -I../../lib -MStorable=dclone -e'my $t; $Storable::recursion_limit = -1; $t=[$t] for 1..65000;dclone($t);'

Perhaps in dist/Storable/stacksize it should invoke the likely-to-SEGV
command using the list rather than string form of system(), so that a
shell isn't invoked which will complain about a SEGV?

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