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- Thomas Dorner
September 24, 2007, 4:28 pm
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in the test suite of one of my modules I use
open TMP, '+>', undef or die ...
to open a temporary file which is more or less as it is documented in
my Perl 5.8.8 documentation:
Now I received my first test error from the CPAN testers for that
The tester runs Perl 5.6.2, so I suppose the temporary functionality
was added later. Now my questions would be:
Which Perl version added the special temporary syntax?
Is there some other portable easy-to-use construct to open a temporary
file with Perl versions 5.6.1 or later?
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