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"I don't work on it much, but it does work - although VERY slowly! If you can see any reason why it runs slow for me, let me know and I'll change it."

Ok I see you are running a perl module interface to clamav

use Mail::ClamAV qw/:all/;
I'm talking about running the clamscan program itself directly:
my $results = `clamscan $dir`;
or something using Tk::Fileevent like:
my $dir = "/var/spool/mail"; my $program = "/usr/local/bin/clamscan $dir"; open(SCAN, "$program 2>&1 |") or die "Can't open: $!"; $mw->fileevent(\*SCAN, 'readable', [\&fill_text_widget,$t]); MainLoop; sub fill_text_widget { my($widget) = @_; $_ = <SCAN>; $widget->insert('end', $_); $widget->yview('end'); }

Its almost always faster to run properly designed c programs when doing alot of file access and reading, so let clamscan do it.

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: first "project" by zentara
in thread first "project" by phenom

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