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Re: debugin perl under debian not working

From: Andreas Zeller
Subject: Re: debugin perl under debian not working
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 09:25:39 +0200


T.Pospisek's writes [translated by me -AZ]:

> Whenever I write
>       $ cat /tmp/nix.pl
>       #!/usr/bin/perl
>       print "Hello wordl\n";
>       $ ddd /tmp/nix.pl
> I have no effect.

Your `~/.ddd/log' tells me that your Perl prompt is enclosed in
control characters (\001 and \002, as shown in the log):

<- "main::(src/debian/dpkg-shlibdeps.pl:6):\n"
<- "\001\002  DB<1> \001\002"
!  Interrupt

I can easily setup a future DDD version to handle this.  Before I do
this, though, I must make sure that this is not an isolated problem:

* Please check whether you have any customized perl settings.  (Is
  there some `.perlrc' file or likewise?)

* Please send me your environment settings, as obtained by the
  `env' command.  Most important are the terminal settings, as well
  as any Perl-specific environment variables.

Thanks in advance,

Andreas Zeller

Andreas Zeller     Universitaet Passau

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