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Subject: Win32 Path Names
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2015 02:42:27 +0000 (UTC)
To: "bug-HTML-Mason [...] rt.cpan.org" <bug-HTML-Mason [...] rt.cpan.org>
From: Steven Kneizys <skneizys [...] yahoo.com>
Greetings, I have RT 4.2.9 somewhat running at this moment on Windows 7!  I had a bunch of little obstacles, one was in HTML::Mason::Interp with path names.  On Windows the ':' char is illegal in a path except after a drive letter, but RT somehow was feeding that in as part of the process of creating a mason data obj file. It wanted to create: ...\rt4\var\mason_data\obj\3501187538\plugin-RT::Extension::QuickUpdate So I hacked it up to create this instead: ...\rt4\var\mason_data\obj\3501187538\plugin-RT!!Extension!!QuickUpdate About line 482 I did this Q&D change, this being my first Mason project, I don't know if this is an appropriate solution or if it should be cleaned up up/down stream etc.: sub comp_id_to_objfile {    my ($self, $comp_id) = @_;    $comp_id =~ s/\:/\!/g if ($^O =~ /MSWin32/i); #SPK 2015-01-12    return File::Spec->catfile                ( $self->object_dir,                 $self->compiler->object_id,                 ( split /\//, $comp_id ),               ) . $self->object_file_extension;} Thanks! Steve...


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