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Re: How to lose Carp levels with @CARP_NOT?

by ysth (Canon)
on Jan 28, 2004 at 21:47 UTC ( #324795=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How to lose Carp levels with @CARP_NOT?

That quote is from the doc explaining how croak, carp, and shortmess work, and doesn't apply to confess, cluck, and longmess.

I think the distinction is that the former are considered useful for user messages (including programmer using a module) and the latter are not.


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Re: Re: How to lose Carp levels with @CARP_NOT?
by liz (Monsignor) on Jan 28, 2004 at 21:59 UTC
    Argh, you're right. Well, that explains why it didn't work.

    Any suggestions, other than calling longmess and removing the appropriate lines manually?

    Liz

      A quick check shows that longmess protects against newlines in the parameters, so manually filtering should work fairly easily (completely untested):
      $longmess =~ s/\n\tLog::Dispatch::(Perl::|::Output::)?[^:]+\(.*//g;

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