kar at webline
Jul 9, 2000, 12:16 PM
Post #4 of 6
> No, there are no limits (only the size of your swap file, but if you hit
> this, something is properbly really going wrong)
Thought so, and my page is not really complex. But is is avery strange
The same page can load correctly, and then later I get these angle brackets,
and vice versa.
At one point it seemed that if I changed anything in the base.tepl, then the
page would load. But then later, it did not :-(
> Try setting optRedirectStdout. Does this change anything? If yes, there
> _must_ be some Perl code, that writes to STDOUT (i.e. a print)
No change. I still get a loadful of <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<><<<<<<<><><<<<<<<<<><<<<<><<<<<<><<<>
> Strange, very strange. I never seen this before, only if you (or a module
> you use) somewhere writes directly to STDOUT, instead using Embperl output
But it's a very simple page, Perl wise. I have a EmbperlObject base page where
there is a little Perl, but the main page is void of Embperl.
> P.S. I am out of office for the next 5 days, so I will not be able to answer
> any mail before friday
Hm, as always this is something that has to be solved quick.
But I'll send you the pages involved if you'll look at them when you come back.
Maybe there is a special situation here that my page stumbles on.
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