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Re^2: Storable freeze/thaw losing object methods

by unix_hacker_beard (Novice)
on Nov 22, 2011 at 19:57 UTC ( #939531=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Sorable freeze/thaw losing object methods
in thread Storable freeze/thaw losing object methods

I have not, but my assumption was if the serialized object was getting truncated in the process, it would no longer be unserializable (dangerous assumption since I haven't looked into how freeze/thaw work). How can I check the size of an object?


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Re^3: Sorable freeze/thaw losing object methods
by BrowserUk (Pope) on Nov 22, 2011 at 20:47 UTC
    How can I check the size of an object?

    Check the size of the transmission:

    my $toSend = freeze(\$command ); print length $toSend; $self->{channel}->send( $toSend ); ... my $received = $self->{channel}->receive_nb(); print length $received; my $command = thaw( $received );

    But ikegami's probably hit the nail on the head. Have you used the class at the receiver?


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      Edit: Nevermind my original response to this post. I am indeed receiving the same length I am sending so I am still unsure how to proceed debugging this.

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