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Re: Thread safe equivalent of LINUX touch command

by ColonelPanic (Friar)
on Nov 22, 2012 at 14:50 UTC ( #1005139=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Thread safe equivalent of LINUX touch command

How about opening the file for appending, then immediately closing it?
open my $fh, '>>', 'file.txt' or die "Ouch: $!"; close $fh;
Not tested (I'm on Windows and think this might be system-dependent).


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[stevieb]: ...optionally displaying the results to a connected LCD with the dist name, date, time and commit of the last run along with a FAIL/PASS. Obviously I can't get CI with Travis for a RPi, so I built my own :) It'll take a couple of blog posts I think...
[stevieb]: ...to cover it all. Awesome thing is that you can dispatch ANY distribution to it (and include all revdeps if desired), and it works all the same as if I'm just testing the RPI code itself
[stevieb]: I'm rather pleased with myself and everything I've leared along this arduous and sometimes frustrating path
[stevieb]: Just need to implement an email plugin or something so I can get alerted remotely if the status of a build has changed from the last run
[stevieb]: Because of the extreme complexity of the testing code itself, I implemented extensive logging so I can troubleshoot much easier by setting a high debug level.
[stevieb]: if you're interested in the test/build backend, have a look at Test::BrewBuild.

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