Sam Tregar wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Jul 2004, Aleksey Serba wrote:
>>>> The reason is "-r $filename" expression - it doesn't work with ACL.
>> ST> Really? Why not?
>> See test in the bottom of my message
> I don't have a system with "ACL", whatever that is,
ACL are Access Control Lists. They are available with most filesystems=20=
under Linux (Ext3, ReiserFS, XFS) as well as under Solaris, IRIX, etc.
> so I can't run
> your test. Maybe you should post a message on http://perlmonks.org?
> If you can find out how to fix Perl so that -r works with ACLs then
> you'll be able to use HTML::Template.
perlfunc recommends to C<use filetest 'access';> for better results=20
when running on a filesystem with ACL support. The filetest pragma=20
seems to be available since Perl 5.6.
But IIRC, the Cookbook recommended to forget all the -X tests (where X=20=
=3D~ /[rwxo]/i) and simply open() the file then test after the error =
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