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Uncomment this line:

my ($Registry, $IEKey);
and it will work. $Registry was not defined while using strictures.

Output (linux):

No module None of that stuff here


Not tested on Windows, though (not available here). If that still fails, you have another problem. Perhaps, you need to call the import() class method:

eval { require Win32::TieRegistry; Win32::TieRegistry->import(); };

Update2: My try on a cleanup, after getting hands on a Windows system:

use strict; use warnings; our $Registry; BEGIN { $Win32::TieRegistry::__LOADED = eval { require Win32::TieRegistry; Win32::TieRegistry->import( Delimiter => '/' ); 1; }; } sub use_mod { $Win32::TieRegistry::__LOADED; } print "On $^O\t-> "; if ( use_mod ) { my $IEKey = $Registry->{'HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Inter +net Explorer/Main/'}; print 'Show status bar: ', $IEKey->{'/Show_StatusBar'}, "\n"; } else { print "None of that stuff here.\n"; } __DATA__ On MSWin32 -> Show status bar: yes On linux -> None of that stuff here.

In reply to Re: Conditional use of Win32::TieRegistry by Perlbotics
in thread Conditional use of Win32::TieRegistry by hilitai

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