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Re^2: What are all the possible ways to deploy Perl code on multiple servers?

by thirdm (Sexton)
on Jul 19, 2011 at 21:14 UTC ( #915544=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: What are all the possible ways to deploy Perl code on multiple servers?
in thread What are all the possible ways to deploy Perl code on multiple servers?

ssh (or at least openssh) lets you redirect stdin over the network. So you could skip the rm here, e.g...
ssh -t user@server perl < yourscript.pl
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[Corion]: Ouch. I just learned something about Chrome - the "version numbers" are not really feature numbers... Chrome 62 still gets new features even though Chrome 64 is out and Chrome 65 is the dev version
[erix]: why ouch? Something to be said for that ,surely?
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[Corion]: erix: But that makes for fun bug hunting. "What version of Chrome are you running?" "v62". "I also run v62 and it works on my machine". :-(
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