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Id: 7239
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Broken in: 1.62
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Subject: Mail::Mailer testfile documentation
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The documentation states that the testfile mailer output will be written to STDOUT, but it is really $Mail::Mailer::testfile::config{outfile}, which is by default 'mailer.testfile' in the current working directory. Also, the Mail::Mailer documentation could be more explicit about "$command". It seems to me that $command is $args[0]? Regards, Slaven
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I have updated the docs. $command was a relic of a very long history, I presume. The whole MailTools code is in a very poor shape... it is horrible code, and I am glad that I am not listed as author... Use Mail::Transport::Send if you wish a clean and RFC compliant interface.
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[MARKOV - Wed Aug 4 03:28:00 2004]: Show quoted text
> I have updated the docs. $command was a relic of a very long history, > I > presume. The whole MailTools code is in a very poor shape... it is > horrible code, and I am glad that I am not listed as author... Use > Mail::Transport::Send if you wish a clean and RFC compliant interface.
There's a typo now in the documentation: it should be "mailer.testfile", not "mailer.testgile". Regards, Slaven
Fixed, new version of MailTools released. Thanks for the comments Slavan!


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