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From Aaron Wolfe <aawo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Magical mystery colon
Date Sat, 30 Jan 2010 20:26:30 GMT
wow, based on the subject alone, I thought my SA had missed a very strange
spam :)


On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 3:16 PM, Philip A. Prindeville <
philipp_subx@redfish-solutions.com> wrote:

> I ran "yum update" on my FC11 machine a couple of days ago, and now I'm
> getting nightly cron errors:
>
> plugin: failed to parse plugin (from @INC): syntax error at (eval 84) line
> 1, near "require Mail::SpamAssassin:"
>
> plugin: failed to parse plugin (from @INC): syntax error at (eval 148) line
> 1, near "require Mail::SpamAssassin:"
>
> I've seen this message periodically, but never figured out what generated
> it.
>
> Can someone set me straight?  It of course doesn't mention a file, so it's
> hard to know where it's coming from.
>
> Also, how come the eval block:
>
>
>        foreach $thing (qw(Anomy::HTMLCleaner Archive::Zip Digest::SHA1
> HTML::Parser HTML::TokeParser IO::Socket IO::Stringy MIME::Base64
> MIME::Tools MIME::Words Mail::Mailer Mail::SpamAssassin Net::DNS
> Unix::Syslog )) {
>            unless (eval "require $thing") {
>                printf("%-30s: missing\n", $thing);
>                next;
>            }
>
> doesn't contain a terminating ';', i.e.:
>
> eval "require $thing;" instead?
>
> Thanks,
>
> -Philip
>
>
>

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