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Re^2: Bear is driving?

by teamster_jr (Curate)
on May 13, 2006 at 10:01 UTC ( #549208=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Bear is driving?
in thread Bear is driving?

that's really odd - do you have GD installed? since it's wrapped in an eval without any error handling it will fail silently.

if you add ||die $! to the end it will tell you what's wrong.(or replace the eval with a print, then run the output with warnings etc).
oh and i changed the link to the output example.
al

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Re^3: Bear is driving?
by wazoox (Prior) on May 13, 2006 at 10:19 UTC
    I've added the "or die $!" part, and I have a "no such file or directory in popo.pl at line 6". Uh?
      there's a cleaned up version in my scratchpad using strict and warnings (which scarily enough didn't need that many changes!) which might help find the problem...
      HTH
      al
        Reinstalling GD made it work. Thanks :)

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[Corion]: Naah, there is good wine, and I like its taste. I also like beer, depending on the food that goes with it :)
[holli]: but really, there are a lot of myths around wine. starting with people thinking they could distinguish red and white wine by taste (when blindfolded) let alone australian and french red win
[holli]: that's an empirical fact btw
[Corion]: holli: Well, there are whites and reds that you can distinguish, as some of the red wines have more tannine which makes the wine taste bitter rather than sour ;)
[Corion]: But other than that, don't judge wines on price, and if you don't like the taste you don't have to drink the wine ;-D

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