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The apache daemon will write to these directories in response to events from remote users interaction via cgi. When the same remote connection to the same cgi script invokes archive::zip it wiill not write a file. This code will write to disk:
open(WOBBLE, ">/caralan_com/system/proofing/cam_proofs/steve/live/fl +unk2.txt"); my $zip = Archive::Zip->new(); $zip->addTree( '/delme/wibble', 'customer_uploads' ); $zip_return_code = $zip->writeToFileHandle('WOBBLE'); close(WOBBLE);
But this will not:
my $zip = Archive::Zip->new(); $zip->addTree( '/delme/wibble', 'customer_uploads' ); $zip_return_code = $zip->writeToFileNamed('/delme/$');

In reply to Re^6: Archive::Zip errors by fluffyvoidwarrior
in thread Archive::Zip errors by fluffyvoidwarrior

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