Where’s that 2.76 number come from? The ‘latest’ CPAN version of CGI.pm
is 2.752 (2.75 patch 2). Did you install from the ports collection
or using CPAN? I’d recommend that you install the latest CGI.pm
from CPAN regardless. Sometimes, vendor versions of perl modules
are subtly ‘different’.
-jOn Fri, Mar 02, 2001 at 09:15:55AM -0800, Steve Sizemore wrote:
I just installed rt-1.0.7 on FreeBSD-stable, for testing.
I’m seeing the subject error (undefined subroutine CGI::Vars)
in the httpd error log. I know that the README file specifically
mentions that problem, but the suggestion that the CGI.pm
is too old isn’t applicable, as I have 2.76 installed. It appears
that 2.76 doesn’t have CGI::Vars defined.
What should I do?
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