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Re^2: Usage of File::Spec->devnull() on Windowsby BrowserUk (Pope)
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The /dev/null device on windows is now NIL
That is not true.
The nul device on wihdows is any file with a name that (without any extension) equals 'nul' in any case.
Ie nul, NUL nUl, Nul; NUL.TXT, nul.TXT, NUl.tXt, nul.exe, .\nul, .\..\cwd\fred\..\nul.asmanycharactersafterthedotasyoucaretoadd
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