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Re^2: UN*X ls, sed, cat... in Perl

by ady (Deacon)
on Apr 17, 2005 at 12:19 UTC ( #448628=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: UN*X ls, sed, cat... in Perl
in thread UN*X ls, sed, cat... in Perl

Good questions...
Your code for reversing the sort result list is clearly preferable.
Your switch of redirection depending on trace level is also a nice twist.
I've adopted both of your improvements here graff.
Thanks! -- Allan

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[Spenser]: It's frustrating
[Spenser]: Perl 5.10.0
[Spenser]: It uses opkg to install software
[choroba]: 5.10.1 would be much better
[shmem]: there are so many ways thinkable to fix that situation, some feasible and some not, that I'm unable to give good advice.
[Spenser]: I installed 5.22 with opkg. I can use it with cpan. I'm actually trying to install perl-DBD-mysql, but couldn't with it. So I went back to the factory version, 5.10.
[Spenser]: So, nevermind about CPAN. I give up on the downgraded angle. I'm back to fighting to install DBD.
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