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Devel::REPL re.pl re.bat win32 output trimmed / chopped / drivename stripped

by Anonymous Monk
on Oct 06, 2013 at 00:42 UTC ( #1057096=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
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Running Devel::REPL's re.bat which is all deafults
$ Cwd::cwd() $ /yummy/fudge $ $ print Cwd::cwd(),$/ C:/yummy/fudge $ $ Data::Dump::Streamer::Dump( Cwd::cwd() ) $VAR1 = 'C:/yummy/fudge'; $ [ Cwd::cwd() ] $ARRAY1 = [ 'C:/yummy/fudge' ]; $ ( Cwd::cwd() ) $ /yummy/fudge $ exit

Why is "C:/" getting eaten?

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Re: Devel::REPL re.pl re.bat win32 output trimmed / chopped / drivename stripped
by marinersk (Chaplain) on Oct 06, 2013 at 03:10 UTC
    At a guess, it is getting eaten because it is a Windows-specific construct in a module which doesn't fully compensate for the Windows approach to current working directory.

    In my early days of Perl on Windows, I found a lot of the modules didn't quite handle the Windows-unique stuff as gracefully as I'd like, and so I wound up writing modules for myself to compensate.

    Also, you look to be doing things in a more Linux-y environment that seem to be Windows-esque. Are you running under Cygwin?

    I seem to recall some special kinds of weirdness can happen when running under Cygwin which exceed even the Windows/Linux weirdness matrix.

    Been a long time since I've used those environments, and the modules I rolled for myself over a decade ago still serve me well, so I haven't revisited these kinds of issues in a very long time.

    Hope someone gives you better insight, but I can't tell from you snippet above exactly how to reproduce your problem, much less resolve it.

    Here's hoping a more familiarized Monk recognizes what you're doing.

    If you'd like, I suppose I could post what I use to get and set current working directory, but I really don't know if it's all that robust -- or even as portable as I'd like.

    Let's first see what others come up with.

Re: Devel::REPL re.pl re.bat win32 output trimmed / chopped / drivename stripped
by Athanasius (Monsignor) on Oct 06, 2013 at 03:33 UTC

    FWIW, I can’t reproduce this problem running Strawberry Perl under 32-bit Vista:

    13:23 >re $ Cwd::cwd() C:/yummy/fudge $ print Cwd::cwd(),$/ C:/yummy/fudge 1 $ Data::Dump::Streamer::Dump( Cwd::cwd() ) $VAR1 = 'C:/yummy/fudge'; $ [ Cwd::cwd() ] $ARRAY1 = [ 'C:/yummy/fudge' ]; $ ( Cwd::cwd() ) C:/yummy/fudge $ exit 13:25 >perl -v This is perl 5, version 18, subversion 1 (v5.18.1) built for MSWin32-x +86-multi-thread-64int ... 13:25 >pmvers Devel::REPL 1.003025 13:25 >

    Are you perhaps running an earlier version of Devel::REPL?

    Athanasius <°(((><contra mundum Iustus alius egestas vitae, eros Piratica,

      I just got it

      $ pmvers Devel::REPL 1.003025

      update : I had set term=dumb , unsetting this failsafe setting seems to get normal desired behaviour like you see

      "uninstalling" Term::ReadLine::Perl confirms its a Term::ReadLine::Perl related

Re: Devel::REPL re.pl re.bat win32 output trimmed / chopped / drivename stripped (\r)
by tye (Cardinal) on Oct 06, 2013 at 05:06 UTC

    Nothing is getting eaten. Pay closer attention. Look at just the two output lines:

    $ /yummy/fudge C:/yummy/fudge

    "C:" wasn't removed. It was overwritten by '$ '. So you had a "\r" but no "\n" between the output and the next '$ ' prompt. My guess is that the prompt is "\r$ " and one form of output has no newline on the end.

    - tye        

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