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BTW, in this context it might be interesting to show how i went over this bridge (AKA "Install Perl with threads" or so) using perlbrew:

karls-mac-mini:~ karl$ perlbrew list perl-5.16.2 perl-5.16.3 perl-5.17.7 perl-5.18.0 perl-5.18.1 * perl-5.18.2 karls-mac-mini:~ karl$ perlbrew install --as perl-5.18.2threads -Duse +threads perl-5.18.2 Installing /Users/karl/perl5/perlbrew/build/perl-5.18.2 into ~/perl5/p +erlbrew/perls/perl-5.18.2threads This could take a while. You can run the following command on another +shell to track the status: tail -f ~/perl5/perlbrew/build.perl-5.18.2.log karls-mac-mini:~ karl$ perlbrew list perl-5.16.2 perl-5.16.3 perl-5.17.7 perl-5.18.0 perl-5.18.1 * perl-5.18.2 perl-5.18.2threads karls-mac-mini:~ karl$ perlbrew switch perl-5.18.2threads karls-mac-mini:~ karl$ perlbrew list perl-5.16.2 perl-5.16.3 perl-5.17.7 perl-5.18.0 perl-5.18.1 perl-5.18.2 * perl-5.18.2threads karls-mac-mini:~ karl$ perl -Mthreads ^C

Seems to be pretty cool.

Regards, Karl

«The Crux of the Biscuit is the Apostrophe»


In reply to Re: Simultaneously reading from a file and serving data by karlgoethebier
in thread Simultaneously reading from a file and serving data by wazoox

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