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simple SFTP on windows
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by flieckster
on Dec 09, 2016 at 14:09
Hello Monks, i'm migrating from Mac to PC, and in doing so i tried to move over Net::SFTP::Foreign, but in doing so i got alot of flack over the IO:Pty install, so i tried Net::SFTP but i can't install Net::SSH::Perl even with trying to force install. is there a good SFTP module out there that sort of just works on PC that should look for? all i need to do is upload image files. thanks!
find module name from the module archive
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by Lotus1
on Dec 09, 2016 at 13:42

Here is something I hacked quickly to find the module name from the tar-gzip file. I poked around in the makefile and readme files of the archives but didn't see anything consistent I could parse to find the name. Is there a better way? This seems likely to break in future use.

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; my $module_file = 'Authen-SASL-Perl-NTLM-0.003.tar.gz'; my$module = $module_file;$module =~ s/(.*)-.*/$1/; print "$module_file => $module\n";$module =~ s/-/::/g; print "$module_file =>$module\n"; print "$module ", try_load($module) ? "is":"is not", " installed.\n"; sub try_load { my $mod = shift; eval("use$mod"); if ($@) { return(0); } else { return(1); } } __DATA__ Authen-SASL-Perl-NTLM-0.003.tar.gz => Authen-SASL-Perl-NTLM Authen-SASL-Perl-NTLM-0.003.tar.gz => Authen::SASL::Perl::NTLM Authen::SASL::Perl::NTLM is not installed. Your wisdom on what to do with Apache 2.2 (eol) + mod_perl on Windows 64 3 direct replies — Read more / Contribute by RayHunter on Dec 09, 2016 at 05:31 Greetings, I am seeking guidance on what is the righteous path to follow for a system currently running Windows Server 2012 64 bit, Apache 2.2, mod_perl 2.0.8 and Strawberry perl 5.16.3 I realise that forward motion is required, but the momentum to remain stationary is great, so what is wisdom? I read that mod_perl is really for Apache 2.2. Apache 2.2 is good enough, but it's end of life. We really need mod_perl for speed. I really like Strawberry Perl. Windows is a given. So many paths that lead to disaster. What to do? Recomendations For Learning perl? 7 direct replies — Read more / Contribute by adamZ88 on Dec 07, 2016 at 15:44 All, I want to seriously expand my Perl knowledge. I am a network engineer and I have seen the powers of Perl and how it can make the job easier. I have limited programming experience. I took an intro to Java class, an HTML Class, a Ruby on rails class, and a programming for networking class where I learned Linux and pearl. Even though I like all of you monks, I would like to only come here for the real advanced stuff. How do you recommend that I go about mastering pearl programming? Do you have book recommendations or is it better to take a class? resampling an image using GD not working on Linux 2 direct replies — Read more / Contribute by Discipulus on Dec 07, 2016 at 04:36 Hello estimated monks! I recently released picwoodpecker which latest version with a minor fix is on github. It seems the program does not run well on Linux (it was developped and tested on win7 only). With a bit of pain i'v set up a Linux Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 32 bit as a virtual machine using virtualbox. The problem arise when the application try to use the copyResampled GD method: GD Warning: one parameter to a memory allocation multiplication is neg +ative or zero, failing operation gracefully line 618 The Ubuntu machine has perl 5.22 and GD version is 2.53 I've tryed to reduce the problem to the simplest one and I ended with the following: use strict; use warnings; use GD; #UPDATE: need the following line to have a real 'smooth' resampling GD::Image->trueColor(1); my$file = $ARGV[0]; die "Please feed a jpg file.." unless -e$file; my $orig_gd = GD::Image->new($file); my $photo_ratio = 0.3; my$small_w = int($orig_gd->width *$photo_ratio); my $small_h = int($orig_gd->height * $photo_ratio); draw_photo ($file); ###################################################################### +########## sub draw_photo { my $file_path = shift; # create the resized but still empty GD image my$resized = GD::Image->new($small_w,$small_h); # copy from source into resized on $resized->copyResampled($orig_gd,0,0,0,0, $small_w,$small_h, $orig_gd->width,$orig_gd->height); # save open my $out, '>', time.'.jpg' or die "unable to open for write"; binmode$out; print $out$resized->jpeg or die "unable to write jpg data!"; close $out; } The above runs fine on my win7 machine (perl 5.14 GD 2.46) and creates a resampled image. It also creates a resampled image on Ubuntu so it does not complains about the zeros! So i'm stucked and seek for your wisdom. The relevant part of the original code that fails on Linux is the following: # @files is ArrayOfArray # each element contains pic data as follow: # 0 path # 1 x # 2 y # 3 orientation # 4 datetime joined with underscores # 5 GD object of THUMB # 6 [ GD object of PHOTO] # the last field [6] will be filled only for current file ( which inde +x is hold in$ph_index) # and for elelments to be preloaded: from ($ph_index -$preload) to ( +$ph_index +$preload) # thumb data [5] will be empty if $nothumbs is defined via -nothumbs c +ommandline switch ###################################################################### +########## sub draw_photo { my$ph_index = shift; print "\tdraw_photo got:\n\t",(join '|',map{defined $_ ?$_ : 'undef +'} (@{$files[$ph_index]}[0..4], $files[$ph_index]->[5]?'THUMB':'NO DATA', $files[$ph_index]->[6]?'PHOTO':'NO DATA', )),"\n" if $debug;$tk_ph_image->delete if $tk_ph_image->blank; # some tk stuff removed my$small_w = int($files[$ph_index]->[1] * $ph_ratio); my$small_h = int($files[$ph_index]->[2] * $ph_ratio); # create the resized but still empty GD image my$resized = GD::Image->new($small_w,$small_h); # copy from source into resized on # NOTE $files[$ph_index]->[6] containf the GD object $resized->copyResampled($files[$ph_index]->[6],0,0,0,0,$small_w, $small_h,$files[$ph_index]->[6]->width,$files[$ph_index]->[6]->height);$tk_ph_image->configure( -file => undef, -data => MIME::Base64::encode($resized->jpe +g()) ); # configure the Tk::Label to use the Tk::Photo as image$photo_label->configure(-image => $tk_ph_image ); # some display and tk stuff removed } ###################################################################### +########## Thanks for your patience L* There are no rules, there are no thumbs.. Reinvent the wheel, then learn The Wheel; may be one day you reinvent one of THE WHEELS. Can not Dance on Windows 1 direct reply — Read more / Contribute by FreeBeerReekingMonk on Dec 07, 2016 at 02:55 I developed a web application in Dancer2. As plackup does not https, I wanted an Apache 2.4 frontend to do the securing. Then it went downhill. ApacheLounge does not provide a mod_proxy_psgi, compiling it with the same (MSVC14) as Apache, it goes quickly down a INC dependency hole that made me install cygwin with all the dev headers libs... but I was not able to compile it. I then tried mod_proxy_fcgi (and mod_fcgi), but that requires Dancer to be served by Starman or similar. Unfortunately, Starman does not work on Windows. I then went for the regular cgi, which is still there. Here is where it gets weird: I found an apache rule to execute the cgi if it does not contain a dot in the name , everything with a dot is served directly by Apache, so it is not that slow... As I wanted to capture the name, instead of !\. I have ^(/^\.*)$ and the H= means that it treats this rewrite as a cgi script, the E adds a new variable to %ENV

RewriteRule ^(/[^\.]*)$"C:/myapp/public/dispatch.cgi" [E=MYPATH_INFO:$1,H=cgi-script]

However, in app.pm, request->dispatch_path, a constant which can not be modified is always "/" while $ENV{PATH_INFO} and request->path do contain the right path. This means get "/" => sub{} is always running, even if we want to go to other pages. By doing a get '/mypage' =>$SUBROUTINE{'/mypage'} = sub {....} we can keep the plackup version working, and have the sub in a hash, to serve at / when this anomaly is detected. However, it has other problems, like the browser getting recursively redirected to /login/login/login...etc.. (code snippet will follow as soon as I have time to make a small selfcontained example).

So my question: Any monks successfully implemented Dancer2 applications under Apache on Windows?

Pragma clash across modules: bignum and Math::BigFloat
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by Athanasius
on Dec 06, 2016 at 02:04

Hi,

Background.

The problem. I’ve reduced the problem to a minimal case as follows: Create 3 files in the same directory:

# 1725_Pragma.pl use strict; use warnings; use First; use Second;
# First.pm package First; use strict; use warnings; #use bignum; print "First\n"; 1;
# Second.pm package Second; use strict; use warnings; use Math::BigFloat; print "Second\n"; my $f = Math::BigFloat->new(2);$f->bsqrt(); print "$f\n"; 1; With use bignum commented out as shown above, the output is as expected: 16:38 >perl 1725_Pragma.pl First Second 1.41421356237309504880168872420969807857 16:38 > <Update> And I get the same value for the square root of 2 if I just run perl Second.pm on its own. </Update> But with use bignum uncommented, the result is simply wrong: 16:38 >perl 1725_Pragma.pl First Second 2 16:40 > So, my questions are: 1. Is this a bug? 2. How can a pragma declared in one namespace affect the behaviour of code in a different (and supposedly separate) namespace? 3. Is there a workaround that will allow me to keep the current implementations of my two solutions and run them together in the same test script? In relation to question 3, note that I’ve tried adding no bignum to the end of First.pm or to the beginning of Second.pm, but this had no effect. :-( Setup. Thanks,  Athanasius <°(((>< contra mundum Iustus alius egestas vitae, eros Piratica, Need Raw Binary Output 1 direct reply — Read more / Contribute by Anonymous Monk on Dec 05, 2016 at 15:35 I'm generating random 32 bit integers based on Math::Random::MTwist. I want to pipe the raw binary output, but (obviously) print() won't do. Neither will syswrite() to STDOUT. Am I missing something simple? Can't locate object method "" 2 direct replies — Read more / Contribute by chris212 on Dec 05, 2016 at 11:32 Does anyone know what may cause this error? Can't locate object method "" via package "IO::File" at G:\path\to\mys +cript.pl line 1189 It happens very intermittently. I have run the script thousands of times in a loop unable to reproduce the problem, but I have seen it twice. This is line 1189: my$chunk = $th->join(); That line is in an "output" thread. It is using a file handle, and will write the data contained in$chunk (2D array reference) to a file using Text::CSV_XS. The thread it is joining is one of many "worker" threads which do not use file handles. The "input" thread which starts the worker threads does use a file handle and reads a different file using Text::CSV_XS. The "input" and "output" threads both require the Text::CSV_XS module (depending on arguments passed to script), so they will both load the module rather than inherit it from the parent thread.

Using Perl 5.18.2 on Windows. I have not seen it on Linux yet.

Memory usage while tallying instances of lines in a .txt file
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by TJCooper
on Dec 05, 2016 at 11:30

Given input data in the form of:

c 8 336158 75 75M 74 c 12 828707 74 74M 73 w 10 528559 74 74M 0 c 15 267766 74 74M 73 c 12 828707 74 74M 73 c 14 491797 74 74M 73

I am trying to tally the instances of records based on columns 1 (which has the header 'Strand' - this can be variable in position hence the use of List::Util qw(first)) as well as columns 2 and 3. The main chunk of code that accomplishes this is simply:

my @headers = split("\t",<$IN>); my$index = first{$headers[$_] eq 'Strand'} 0..$#headers; while (<$IN>) { chomp $_; my @F = split("\t",$_); if (exists $hits{$F[$index+1]}{$F[$index+2]}) { } else {$hits{$F[$index+1]}{$F[$index+2]}{'w'} = 0; $hits{$F[$index+1]}{$F[$index+2]}{'c'} = 0; }$hits{$F[$index+1]}{$F[$index+2]}{$F[$index]}++ }
This is then printed in a simple manner to form files like these:
1 4 1 0 1 5 1 0 1 31 1 0 1 74 1 0 1 89 1 0 1 116 1 1 1 118 1 0 1 122 1 0 1 126 0 1 1 140 0 1 1 141 0 1 1 148 2 0 1 158 0 1 1 159 1 0

Column 2 and 3, along with the frequency counts of each for W and C.

This approach however requires a rather a lot of memory - around 800MB for an input file of ~100Mb.

Are there any clever tricks or alternative methods that I could use in order to reduce the memory requirements? I note that for any given column 2-column 3 combination, a key and a blank (zeroed) value is stored the first time it is encountered - this is done as the output file is required in the format shown above where '0' is filled in. This may be increasing memory usage further when the zeros could be added afterward (perhaps during printing), but i'm entirely sure or how I would do this.

Testing Wrapped LDAP Classes
by yulivee07
on Dec 05, 2016 at 10:39
Hello fellow Perl-Monks,

I am expanding my knowledge in testing right now. I want to test some functions of mine which interact with an LDAP-Server.

This might sound like a stupid question, but what is the best way to deal with Wrapper-Classes?

Context:
I write a module, which gets some Users from LDAP.
To communicate with the LDAP, I use a provided module from my workplace which wraps some system-specific parameters in the LDAP-methods (Utils::Ldap::CompanyLdap) and provides some additional methods.
This module again is a subclass of another LDAP-Wrapper Module (Utils::Ldap::Base) which finally uses Net::LDAP.

Now, in my program I use the first Ldap-Module e.g.
package MyAwesomeProgram; use Utils::Ldap::CompanyLdap; sub read_users { # code that reads users from Ldap # searchGetEntries/get_value is provided by Utils::Ldap::CompanyLda +p foreach my $entry ($ldap->searchGetEntries() ) { my $uid =$entry->get_value( 'uid' ); #... do something more } } 1;
I want to test the read_users function of my program, which gets its users via Utils::Ldap::CompanyLdap. How do I mock this? As you see, I do not directly interact with a Net::LDAP-Object

I have already understood that there is Test::Net::LDAP::Mock/Test::Net::LDAP::Utils qw(ldap_mockify) which can mock an Ldap Connection. What I do not understand yet: How can I use this in conjunction with my Wrapper Module? My module uses the code and the functions of our Ldap-Wrappers. Would the correct way be to write mocking code for the wrappers (e.g. Utils::Ldap::CompanyLdap::Mock), or is there a way of overwriting the Net::LDAP Object which is used by the Base-Wrapper Class Utils::Ldap::Base? I am not shure how to best approach this.

Second Question:
In case I get this working, is there a way of taking a Net::LDAP object and feeding it into my Mock-Object? I'd like to copy the datastructe of our LDAP to the Mock-Object.

Kind regards,

yulivee
Capacity Planning
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by Aatus
on Dec 05, 2016 at 10:25
I am VERY new to Perl but know its power and really need help to create a script that: a. Uses Perl::SSH b. SSH into appliances using username:password c. OPens a notepad or excel for IP address list d. Pings particular IP e. Writes to each IP the average latency d. Moves to next IP and logs into different appliance and repeats process
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 SSCCE down? 4 direct replies — Read more / Contribute by haukex on Dec 08, 2016 at 03:02 Hi all, Unfortunately it seems http://www.sscce.org/ now points to http://coderanch.com/ - such is the danger of linking to off-site resources, it seems. Of course there's the on-site How do I post a question effectively? or I know what I mean. Why don't you?, but personally I'm not aware of an on-site resource that explains it quite like SSCCE does (well, used to). Can anyone recommend a node, or should we consider writing a new one? Regards,-- Hauke D

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