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From "Gerald Richter" <rich...@ecos.de>
Subject RE: Embperl2 and Execute
Date Fri, 01 Sep 2006 04:24:24 GMT
> > This not work too.
> >
> > [-
> >    @tmp = (1 .. 3);
> >
> >    foreach $r (@tmp) {
> >       $fdat{'test_'.$r} = $r;
> >       $out = "<input type='text' name='test_$r' />\n";
> >       Execute ({ input => \$out, inputfile => 'foo', mtime=> $r});
> >    }
> > -]
> >

You are right, for performance reasons Embperl does not check for mtime
changes within one request. You could work around this with


    Execute ({ input => \$out, inputfile => "foo$r"});

Gerald



 
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