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Id: 44883
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Owner: RURBAN [...] cpan.org
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Broken in: 1.36
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Subject: Filter::sh problem under MSWin32
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Hi Paul, I've encountered that t/sh.t fails on Windows when tr.exe is in path. Digging further, I found that "use Filter::sh" fails with following message: == Couldn't create What::MTA object with PeerAddr=/c, PeerPort=perl, Proto=tcp, Timeout=120 at C:/bin/dev/perl/site/lib/What.pm line 79 == It's for use Filter::sh 'perl -v'; Same thing happens to sh.test when running "make test". When there's no "tr.exe", tests are skipped and all tests are successful. -- Serguei Trouchelle
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On Wed Apr 08 18:15:10 2009, STRO wrote: Show quoted text
> I've encountered that t/sh.t fails on Windows when tr.exe is in path. > Digging further, I found that "use Filter::sh" fails with following message: > > == > Couldn't create What::MTA object with > PeerAddr=/c, > PeerPort=perl, > Proto=tcp, > Timeout=120 at C:/bin/dev/perl/site/lib/What.pm line 79 > == > > It's for use Filter::sh 'perl -v'; > > Same thing happens to sh.test when running "make test". > > When there's no "tr.exe", tests are skipped and all tests are successful.
I tested it on ActivePerl without tr.exe and with a working mingw tr.exe in the path. All tests pass. But I don't see what What::MTA should have to do with it. -- Reini Urban


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