I was editing the lib/trigger_code.pl

Well, I solved half of the issue.  
The function most of my triggers were using is no longer available,  it was technically bad code, and wouldnt evaluate regardless.   However, it would appear that the errors coming from the "eval $code" are not populating $@ and MH is not catching them at all.

In short: Triggers work, however, I am not getting errors from eval executions anymore.


On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 9:43 AM, Marc MERLIN <marc_mh@merlins.org> wrote:
On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 07:47:50AM -0500, Jason Sharpee wrote:
> Hi All,
>    I noticed that none of my triggers are working on the Insteon branch.  I
> traced the code down to triggers_code.pl to the triggers_run eval in which
> it appears to do nothing.  If I inject garbage into that eval it doesnt
> complain or do anything either.
> Anyone have any ideas on what is going on here? Is this some sort of
> environment issue with Ubuntu 10.10?

That doesn't help you directly, but my triggers seem ok.

Which file are you editting the triggers in? Is that in a directory that's
being seen by your insteon branch config?
(I have different data dirs for mh-svn and mh-insteon).

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