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Re^3: File::Spec tmpdir() is behaving wrongly in Windows7

by sam_bakki (Pilgrim)
on Aug 02, 2013 at 05:39 UTC ( #1047542=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: File::Spec tmpdir() is behaving wrongly in Windows7
in thread [solved] File::Spec tmpdir() is behaving wrongly in Windows7

Hi sundialsvc4

Great. Thanks for your support. Issue is solved. Looks like my C:\Temp was created by system, though it exists with write permission some how perl is not getting permission to work in it. So I have set Temp dir in my local account like below,

C:\> SET TMPDIR=C:\Users\bakki\AppData\Local\Temp C:\> perl -MFile::Spec -e "print File::Spec->tmpdir();" C:\Users\bakki\AppData\Local\Temp

Now everything work. Actually, it the default Temp set by windows for every user, I have modified it to point to System temp which is wrong.

Thanks & Regards,
Bakkiaraj M
My Perl Gtk2 technology demo project - http://code.google.com/p/saaral-soft-search-spider/ , contributions are welcome.


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