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From Neil Gunton <n...@nilspace.com>
Subject Re: Nested <DL> Bug in 2.0b9
Date Thu, 07 Aug 2003 00:11:18 GMT
Gerald Richter wrote:
> 
> >
> > Unfortunately it's not really possible to replace 'print OUT' with [+ +]
> > in my code, because there are subroutines here which are recursive in
> > nature and so cannot be done using [$ sub $] (at least in 1.3),
> 
> Should be also possible in 1.3, also it's more complicated.
> 
> I try to fix the problem as soon as possible
> 
> Gerald

Gerald, this was from 5th July, and I am not sure what the status of the
bug is. I know you're pressed for time, but it occurred to me that
perhaps it would help keep track of Embperl bugs if you used the bug
tracking system which SourceForge provides. We used one version of it on
the last project I did at a large bank, and was very helpful keeping
track of the bugs within the team, prioritizing, commenting and
resolving. I don't know what the current state of that software (or
website) is, but I believe the bank was using the last open source
version before it (I think) became non-GPL in its licensing. The bank
was running it locally on their servers... perhaps other people on the
Embperl list know more about this, and whether it would be a good idea
here? Only, of course, if it would actually help you, rather than just
create more work. Just an idea...

All the best,

-Neil

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