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in thread perlbrew: Command [ ... ] terminated with exit code 0 ($? = 13)

I think Linux pipes can usually hold 128 KiB. This surely configurable.

Update:

$ perl -e' $|=1; $SIG{PIPE} = sub { die("SIGPIPE") }; print "x" x 1..15_328; ' | sleep 0.25 # Child needs to be alive when the print occurs. $ perl -e' $|=1; $SIG{PIPE} = sub { die("SIGPIPE") }; print "x" x 1..15_329; ' | sleep 0.25 SIGPIPE at -e line 3.

It's 15,328 on my Ubuntu (over WSL2) system. What a weird number. That's 1,056 bytes less than 16 KiB (16,384).

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