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Id: 46402
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: devel-nytprof

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: piccard [...]

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Severity: Unimportant
Broken in: 2.09
Fixed in: (no value)

Subject: No full Profile-Report in Devel::NYTProf::Apache
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Hello, I was trying to get a full profile-report of a CGI-programm. Unfortunatly I always got the same error-message: "Unable to open '-e' for reading: No such file or directory. Unable to open '/(eval 2)' for reading: No such file or directory. Try running /usr/local/bin/nytprofhtml in the same directory as you ran Devel::NYTProf, or ensure @INC is correct" This sounds nearly similar to "#43775: Unable to open during nytprofhtml" but I read this bug was fixed in 2.08_91. I was testing it on a Debian 5.0 with perl v5.10.0, SuSE 10 perl v5.8.8 & Ubuntu 9.04 v5.10.0. Everytime the same error-message. The apache-configuration was the same like in the CPAN-Module description. Andy, Munich, Germany
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I'm downgrading this to unimportant because they're not errors, only warnings, and they appear to only relate to a few string evals performed by mod_perl. The next release will treat them better and I may close the ticket then.
Please test with Devel::NYTProf 2.10_93 (or later).
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On Sat Oct 24 11:58:10 2009, TIMB wrote: Show quoted text
> Please test with Devel::NYTProf 2.10_93 (or later).
Any news? I'm getting ready to release NYTProf v3 and would appreciate some feedback on this ticket. Please retry with the latest dev release on cpan. I'll close the ticket if I don't hear from you soonish.
Marked this ticket closed.

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