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Re^3: My Perl/Expect script aborts when sftp connection stalls at remote destination

by bobthebaritone (Sexton)
on Feb 25, 2010 at 10:17 UTC ( #825267=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: My Perl/Expect script aborts when sftp connection stalls at remote destination
in thread My Perl/Expect script aborts when sftp connection stalls at remote destination

Is there any reason not to use the complete expect to run this? The PERL module is not a fully implementation of expect as far as I know. I recall from Don Libes book ( the writer of expect) that there is excellent handling of exceptions you speak of in native expect. I'd be interested to give this some more thought as I use native expect in a PERL shop. I have been thinking of using the module, but found that Expect is a complete language!


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