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Re^3: 'do' command is dead? Surely not?

by Eily (Parson)
on May 19, 2017 at 14:24 UTC ( #1190625=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: 'do' command is dead? Surely not?
in thread 'do' command is dead? Surely not?

You can check perl's current directory with Cwd (no matter how unlikely it seems for something to be the cause of a defect, if you're stuck, it's better to check than "just know"). You can also check which files .pl perl sees in the current folder with:

use Data::Dump qw( pp ); pp <*.pl>;
I used Data::Dump instead of a simple print, because it will explicitly display characters that might go otherwise unnoticed. If you don't want to install it, you can use Data::Dumper and set $Data::Dumper::Useqq to 1

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[marto]: better: "If a type of behaviour, event, or situation is par for the course, it is not good but it is normal or as you would expect"
[Discipulus]: thanks i was unable to decide where to split the sentece
[marto]: FWIW search.cpan rarely has issues, see http://noc.perl. org for a route to report problems
[oakbox]: thanks, marto.
[marto]: there was a period where search.cpan had some frequent outages for (IIRC) a couple of weeks. I've not had any problems since, until today.
[marto]: this was about 16 months ago maybe. the noc team are, in my experience, very responsive to reports of issues, so please raise the issue after checking known problems/outages

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