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Re^2: How to locate an error in a CGI application

by rbi (Monk)
on Aug 16, 2007 at 12:11 UTC ( #633023=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How to locate an error in a CGI application
in thread How to locate an error in a CGI application

I have no eval at line 9 of the mainscript.cgi (empty line, and still line 9 is indicated if I put some warn messages above line 9 just to increment the lines at the top of the mainscript.cgi code).
Could it be in one of the modules I'm using ? How can I locate it, in that case ?
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[james28909]: thanks
[james28909]: what i am trying to do is track state of a chat based application. i need to be able to store the channels and such for a user, and when they join a new server/channel i need to be able to update that feild.
[james28909]: do you think OO would best suite that?
[karlgoethebier]: james28909: The last two are not mainstream. You have been warned ;-)
[karlgoethebier]: james28909: I don't know. Try it.
[james28909]: foreach server this bot is on, the gateway sends me a json response, which i parse out all the info with JSON, and this response has user information, i need to be able to add a user, and then update the user info when they join/leave rooms ect

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