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From "Robert Andersson" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Environment diference between UNIX and windows
Date Sun, 20 Jun 2004 15:57:32 GMT
David W. Gulley wrote:
>    2) A problem with Perl's File::Find module:
>       When running perl under taint mode, the Find routine fails due to
> the colon (:) in the windows pathname! A simple patch, but now the
> code is no longer "standard".

That sound rather as a bug in File::Find, otherwise the module isn't Windows

> I assumed that a virtual host could "think" it was located at x when in
> reality it was at a/b/c/x.

I don't understand what use you would have of "x" in that case. How is your
script going to use "x" if it doesn't know it is below "/a/b/c"? The point
of those variables is to give the absolute system path.

Robert Andersson

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