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Re: Re: Uncommon but Useful Perl Command Line Options

by Sol-Invictus (Scribe)
on Jan 28, 2004 at 22:01 UTC ( #324811=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Uncommon but Useful Perl Command Line Options
in thread Uncommon* but Useful Perl Command Line Options for One-liners

ok will edit the text to point to perl --help, as to uncommon, I was aiming for people who have little or no experience of using command line opts (except for -w,-i,-T) I will make that clearer at the outset
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Re: Re: Re: Uncommon but Useful Perl Command Line Options
by ysth (Canon) on Jan 28, 2004 at 22:27 UTC
    You seem to have picked the ones most useful for one-liners (but not only for one-liners, of course). Perhaps you could work that into the title somehow? Or maybe that would scare people off.
      ok the title is a bit ambiguous but my intention was to write about one liners so ....

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[hippo]: In that case, use Net::SMTPS and also encrypt your content before you send it eg. with Crypt::GPG
[1nickt]: hippo You suggest this as a transport agent for Email::Sender, or ...? Just for the record Email::Sender:: Transport::SMTP has SSL/TLS support built-in (and some shiny RJBS extras like "partial success" ...)
[Perl300]: ok

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