In CGI will be with you, always, I used the content of CGI.pm
to extract all four letter bits from it. I took care of
line endings using chomp. Still, on different
platforms, with the same version of CGI.pm,
I get different results.
Why is it that the same version of CGI.pm
is different on different platforms? For further checking:
|$CGI::VERSION||Perl -v||arch||OS Platform/version||MD5 hash|
|2.46||5.005_03||MSWin32-x86-object (ActiveState 522)||MS-Windows/4.10.1998,P||903d4ad8e2d17990437c999eef9490c3|
||MSWin32-x86-multi-thread (ActiveState 620)||MS-Windows/4.10.1998,P||355fc673032bedeb3cc0cb042738af22
Naturally, this calculus has problems, since line endings do vary
between Win32 and Unix... But still, there are differences. Why?
Update: So I am stupid. tye suggested to use diff,
which showed me the differences: some hardcoded globals, like
$TempFile::TMPDIRECTORY do change between OSes...
Tool used: perl -p0777MDigest::MD5=md5_hex -e '$_=md5_hex$_'
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