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Re: capture output of perl -c scriptnameby Anonymous Monk
|on Jun 29, 2012 at 10:26 UTC||Need Help??|
Why is the output always going to stdout?
Because it must not be going to STDOUT ( backticks capture STDOUT ), it must be going to STDERR (backticks don't capture STDERR )
Observe (I'm also on windows )
You want to use glob "C:/*.sys"
or use Test::Compile - Check whether Perl module files compile correctly
What is is that you're really trying to do?