CRM114 Installation on Centos 4
rcooper at dwford.com
Wed Aug 1 20:32:02 IST 2007
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> Subject: Re: CRM114 Installation on Centos 4
> Rick Cooper spake the following on 8/1/2007 10:04 AM:
> > Something some one might want to add :
> > On my perl 5.8.0 installations when you lint spamassassin
> you get a warning
> > about sprintf using an unitialized value at crm114.pm line
> 235 and if you
> > look at line 235
> > warn(sprintf("crm114: Error: %s"), $1);
> > Should be
> > warn(sprintf("crm114: Error: %s", $1));
> > And that change removes the warning. It doesn't happen
> with perl 5.8.8
> > though
> > Rick
> Perl 5.8.0 is quite old, but RHEL3 (and CentOS3) are using
> it, and will be
> still supported for another year or two. Does that change
> work with newer perls?
> Maybe it should be passed up to crm114 writer.
Yes 5.8.8 accepts it fine, if you look closely at the sprintf statement it's
malformed so I am not sure why my 5.8.8 installations didn't yak on it as
well. The original source isn't in the form of sprintf("text with format
code",$variable) it has the ')' before the ', $variable'. I have sent a note
to the author.
It didn't cause the program to bail, but it's pretty annoying and (I could
be mistaken) obviously incorrect.
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