Re: Use of uninitialized value in substitution (s///)by BrowserUk (Pope)
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Line 192 is "$ACETmpltDir = ~s/$ACEEnvironment//g;".
That should be $ACETmpltDir =~ s/$ACEEnvironment//g;. Pay careful attention to the spacing around =~.
What you have at the moment is trying to apply the substitution to $_; then apply
and finally assign (=) that to $ACETmpltDir, but it falls at the first hurdle because $_ is undefined.
(*)Corrected. Thanks to AnomalousMonk
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