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> It depends on the versions you have, both FuzzyOcr and perl.
>
> The "use POSIX" is what FO 3.5.1 currently has, and it works fine with
> perl
> 5.8.7 and 5.8.8, but from my experience, it didn't work with 5.8.6 so I
> needed
> to add the "use POSIX qw(SIGTERM)" ... but don't make much of what I say,
> the
> SIGTERM part reminds me of another problem, with signals, and it may have
> nothing to do with the redefinition of O_CREAT/O_RDWR/etc. (that's why I
> included the reference, so you can read the whole thread on the bug
> report).
> --




Aha.

I've latest Fuzzy-dev (r132) and Perl 588. I'll leave it alone until I
see/hear otherwise.


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Thanks,

JTDeLys

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It depends on the versions you have, both FuzzyOcr and perl.

The "use POSIX" is  what FO
3.5.1 currently has, and it works fine with perl
5.8.7 and 5.8.8, but from my experience, it didn't work with 5.8.6 so I needed
to add the "use POSIX qw(SIGTERM)" ... but don't make much of what I say, the

SIGTERM part reminds me of another problem, with signals, and it may have
nothing to do with the redefinition of O_CREAT/O_RDWR/etc. (that's why I
included the reference, so you can read the whole thread on the bug report).

--


Aha.

I've latest Fuzzy-dev (r132) and Perl 588.  I'll leave it alone until I see/hear otherwise.


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Thanks,

    JTDeLys

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