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June 6, 2006, 7:09 pm
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Re: constant STILL_ALIVE
use Win32::Process (STILL_ACTIVE);
print STILL_ACTIVE, "\n";
It's a windows constant that gets picked up by the "compiled" part of
Win32::Process (ie the XS code) rather than by the perl code that you find
You need version 0.10 (or later) of Win32::Process to use it:
perl -MWin32::Process -e "print $Win32::Process::VERSION"
libwin32-0.26 contains Win32::Process-0.10. I think earlier libwin32
versions (0.24, certainly) contain Win32::Process-0.09.
The above script simply demonstrates that the constant exists and that it
has a numeric value of 259 (for me, at least).
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