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Re: `tramp_perl_file_attributes /root/ integer' returns with error

From: Michael Albinus
Subject: Re: `tramp_perl_file_attributes /root/ integer' returns with error
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2010 16:53:51 +0200
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Terrence Brannon <address@hidden> writes:

>> could you, please, check on the remote host
>> the following commands:


address@hidden:/tmp > tramp_perl_file_attributes () {
> \perl -e '
> @stat = lstat($ARGV[0]);
> if (address@hidden) {
if (@stat = lstat($ARGV[0]);) {

Bingo! Your shell interprets "address@hidden", and expands it to
"@stat = lstat($ARGV[0]);". This shouldn't happen, because the perl
program in the shell function is enclosed in single quotes. Hmm.

I have no access to IRIX64 systems. Could you find out, how the shell
function must be written in order to pass the perl program literally?

Best regards, Michael.

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