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Re: Re: Re: mod_perl and lazy zombies

by andreychek (Parson)
on Jun 07, 2001 at 20:09 UTC ( #86619=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Re: mod_perl and lazy zombies
in thread mod_perl and lazy zombies

Heh.. well, don't feel bad, I can't say I found it on
my first try either :-)

As far as it being sloppy programming -- perhaps that is
a bit strong of a word, but the guy who has to maintain your
code when you are gone would most likely enjoy knowing when
you are done using a particular file :-) Or even if you
go to work on it later on, having that close statement
would clearly state that you are finished with the filehandle,
and might make your life a bit easier.

But, as a Perl programmer, it's you're absolute right to
code it that way if thats how you want to and you feel it
makes you're life easier :-)

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[Corion]: Meh ... Minion really doesn't want to run under the fork() emulation on Windows (which I understand), but has no other way either (which I find inconvenient)
[Corion]: Other than that, it seems really polished

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