Ok Jamie, thank you so much for the good works!

On Mar 22, 2013 6:23 PM, "Jamie Cameron" <jcameron@webmin.com> wrote:

Actually, "use strict" should work just fine - a while back I updated the core Webmin API to use strict and warnings modes, and all new modules have been written to turn those on.

For example, see the module in the "webmin" subdirectory for how this is done.

On 22/Mar/2013 09:08 Emma wasanzy <emma.wasanzy@gmail.com> wrote ..

Oh yes Jamie has done a great work and is really helping me a lot. I was only asking to know if there was a special reason why strict hasn't been used. It might help my knowledge tooo.

On Mar 22, 2013 3:06 PM, "PEOPLES, MICHAEL P" <mp4783@att.com> wrote:

I cannot speak for Jamie, at whose feet I gladly grovel, but my theory is that it made Webmin and the attendant code more “inclusive” of what might be added to it.   Again, my Perl knowledge is pathetic, but that’s my theory.

What Jamie built, for those of you who have taken the time to really consider it, is a monumental achievement and contribution to system administrators all over the world.  I’m not “polishing apples” here.  I owe countless hours “recovered” through the use of Webmin to the guy.

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Subject: Re: [webmin-devel] Strict

On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 7:48 AM, Emma wasanzy <emma.wasanzy@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello,

I have noticed that, the webmin API doesnt support the use of strict and warning. Because any time I tried using them, I get so many "Global ...." errors which are related to the API. Why isn't the API using strict?


I'm sure only the webmin developer knows why he did not use strict, however, you can still use it. Just initialize vars you intend on importing thus:

#!/usr/bin/perl

our( %in, %text, %config );

use strict;
use warnings;

etc.....

Older Perl did not support the 'our' pragma, but 'vars.' [1] So keep that in mind if you are using an older Perl.

Kind Regards,
Chris

[1] http://perldoc.perl.org/vars.html


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