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Re^2: Windows strawberry perl Getopt::Long fails

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on Dec 05, 2012 at 18:12 UTC ( #1007355=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread Windows strawberry perl Getopt::Long fails

Found using the #!C:\strawberry\perl\bin\perl.exe first line and running " -l prd,ift" fails,but no error. But adding the path to %PATH% , and using: perl -l prd,ift works.
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Re^3: Windows strawberry perl Getopt::Long fails
by 2teez (Vicar) on Dec 05, 2012 at 19:24 UTC

    #!C:\strawberry\perl\bin\perl.exe first line and running " -l prd,ift" fails,but no error..
    You probably want to read perlrun and #! and quoting on non-Unix systems especially.
    You might as well still use #!/usr/bin/perl on window OS. It works for me.

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      Works, but could I eliminate the "perl \strawberry\c\bin\":
      C:\>perl \strawberry\c\bin\ -l diebelr -s dynprod,aimprod
      Getopt fails:
      C:\> -l diebelr -s dynprod,aimprod XX 0 YY 0 Use of uninitialized value $LGN in concatenation (.) or string at C:\s +trawberry\ c\bin\ line 43, <DATA> line 101. Use of uninitialized value $LGN in concatenation (.) or string at C:\s +trawberry\ c\bin\ line 47, <DATA> line 101.
      Can't find script:
      C:\>perl -l diebelr -s dynprod,aimprod Can't open perl script "": No such file or directory
      @INC & path:
      C:\>perl -e "print @INC;" <code> C:/strawberry/perl/site/libC:/strawberry/perl/vendor/libC:/strawberry/ +perl/lib. C:\>path PATH=C:\winnt\system32;C:\winnt;C:\winnt\system32\WBEM;C:\Program File +s\Personal Communications;C:\DST\AWDView\BIN;C:\DST\AWDView\DLL;c:\dst\bin;c:\ds +t\awdwin\b in;C:\DST\EnCorr\BIN;c:\dst\bin;C:\Program Files\Support Tools\;C:\Pro +gram Files \Sybase\Adaptive Server Anywhere 6.0\win32;C:\DST\ICU;C:\Program Files +\ATI Techn ologies\ATI Control Panel;C:\PROGRA~1\CA\SHARED~1\SCANEN~1;C:\Program +Files\CA\S haredComponents\ScanEngine;C:\Program Files\Hitec Laboratories\Shared\ +APDFL\Bin; C:\Notes;C:\Program Files\Utimaco\SafeGuard Easy\;C:\PROGRA~1\IBM\CLIE +NT~1;C:\PR OGRA~1\IBM\CLIENT~1\Shared;C:\Program Files\putty;C:\strawberry\c\bin; +C:\strawbe rry\perl\site\bin;C:\strawberry\perl\bin;C:\winnt\system32\WindowsPowe +rShell\v1. 0;C:\DST\BIN
      The script minus the DATA section:
      #!/usr/bin/perl #!C:\strawbery\perl\bin\perl.exe #<> Run a command or program on a group of Systems use strict; use warnings; use File::Basename; use Getopt::Long; qw(); my ($SysGroup, $HFILE, $SYS, @libfiles, @finfo, @DataList, @SysLst, @P +arts, @Systems, @LIST, $LstCnt, $LINE, $truth, $sys, @list, $list, @c +olumns, $LOGIN, $Sup, $LGN, $GRP, @systems, $GrpCnt, @group, $SysCnt, + $grp, @Fields); GetOptions ("systems=s" => \$SYS , "login=s" => \$LGN , "group=s" => \ +$GRP ); @group = split(/,/, $GRP) if($GRP); @systems = split(/,/, $SYS) if($SYS); $GrpCnt=@group; $SysCnt=@systems; print "@list XX $GrpCnt YY $SysCnt\n"; @DataList = grep !/^\x23/, <DATA>; $truth=0; foreach $LINE (@DataList) { @Fields=split(/:/, $LINE); if($GRP) { foreach $grp (@group) { if ( "$LINE" =~ /:$grp:/){ $truth++; } } if ( $truth == $GrpCnt ) { push(@SysLst, $Fields[1]); } $truth=0; } elsif ($SYS) { foreach $sys (@systems) { if ( "$LINE" =~ /:$sys:/){ push (@SysLst, $Fields[1]); } } } } print "@SysLst\n"; print "$LGN\n"; my $cmd="start kitty.exe"; #my $args=" -l $LGN -agent -i \"C:\Program Files\PuTTY\MyKeys\RsaKey.p +pk\" -load "; my $args=" -l $LGN -load "; sub run_in_bg; $Sup="i"; foreach my $System (@SysLst) { print "$System\n"; run_in_bg "$cmd $args $System$Sup"; } sub run_in_bg { my $pid = fork; die "Can't fork a new process" unless defined $pid; # child gets PID 0 if ($pid == 0) { exec(@_) || die "Can't exec $_[0]"; } # in case you wanted to use waitpid on it #return $pid; } __DATA__ a list of systems...

        Add your perl directory: c:\strawberry\c\bin\ to your path.

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