I reinstalled the Perl that I already had been using. 5.003_007.
That was the first thing I did because I suspected it was Perl.
Then it seemed to run for a few more messages before blowing up.
So maybe it is still a Perl problem? Any suggestions?
At 06:46 PM 12/7/99 -0800, Earl Hood wrote:
On December 7, 1999 at 08:15, Dorothy Firsching wrote:
I should add that this is on Windows 95 using Perl 5. It had been working si
nce 1998. /D
Have you changed Perl?
At 08:16 PM 12/6/99 -0500, Dorothy Firsching wrote:
After successfully using MHonArc for a couple of years, I've run into this:
Reading dmposts.mbx... undefined subroutine &main::timegm called at C:\Perl\
LIB/timelocal.pl line 60 <FOPEN2> chunk 397.
I reinstalled Perl and MHonArc. I'm still on 2.2.0, just never got around to
upgrading, but it was working fine.
The message seems to indicate a problem with a Perl library and not
MHonArc. Which version of Perl do you have? "perl -v" from a command
shell will tell you. It looks like you have buggy version. You may want
goto www.activestate.com to get the latest version of Perl for Win32.
I'd also upgrade MHonArc too since it now uses Time::Local instead
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