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Subject: Net::Blogger apparently broken with FreeBSD 5.3/Perl 5.8.5?
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I'm using Net::Blogger for a simple mail-to-weblog script. Everything worked great with FreeBSD 4.x, but since upgrading to 5.3 I get the following error: Command died with status 22 Command output: Net::Blogger::Engine::Movabletype=HASH(0x94e4470)) I've done command-line testing as well and get the same error. Perl version 5.8.5. Any ideas? Thanks much, Sean Porter
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Hmmm, not off the top of my head no. Can you send me the script/one-liner that is triggering the error? [guest - Mon Feb 14 13:05:43 2005]: Show quoted text
> I'm using Net::Blogger for a simple mail-to-weblog script. Everything > worked great with FreeBSD 4.x, but since upgrading to 5.3 I get the > following error: > > Command died with status 22 > Command output: Net::Blogger::Engine::Movabletype=HASH(0x94e4470)) > > I've done command-line testing as well and get the same error. Perl > version 5.8.5. > > Any ideas? > > Thanks much, > > Sean Porter
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[guest - Mon Feb 14 13:05:43 2005]: Show quoted text
> I'm using Net::Blogger for a simple mail-to-weblog script. Everything > worked great with FreeBSD 4.x, but since upgrading to 5.3 I get the > following error: > > Command died with status 22 > Command output: Net::Blogger::Engine::Movabletype=HASH(0x94e4470)) > > I've done command-line testing as well and get the same error. Perl > version 5.8.5. > > Any ideas? > > Thanks much, > > Sean Porter
I've revisiting all of the new/open tickets after taking over Net::Blogger. Did you ever get this resolved?


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