On October 19, 1998 at 16:42, Ciaran Deignan wrote:
Anyway, when I run mhonarc from the command line, it does a core-dump.
Perl -v is "5.004_04 built for aix", mhonarc -v is "MHonArc v2.3.0 (Perl 5.00
My command-line is
mhonarc -rcfile $PWD/rcfile -outdir $PWD -editidx -force
When I use "perl -w" it gives me lots of lines like:
Use of uninitialized value at /usr/local/lib/MHonArc-2.3/mhrcvars.pl line 552
, <FOPEN65> chunk 105.
The messages are just warnings, and can be ignored.
Core dumps are usually a problem with perl.
Note, it is known that if your resource file is not right, perl
may crap out. This happens when there is an unclosed resource that
is used in resource variable processing. Make sure you have all
resources proper defined.
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