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Re: problem installing infobot

The problem is that on those lines, there is a \ in front of the N. I'm not
sure why, perhaps due to laziness. Anyway, you need to put the variable in
front of it as "${varname}" instead of "$varname" and then take away the \.
(I don't remember the name of the variable in question here... I also seem
to remember that on the last one (152) all you have to do is remove the \
because there is no variable in front of it)

It's happening because in versions of Perl prior to 5.6.0 \N was nothing
special, but now it is.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Timothee Besset" <timo@qeradiant.com>
To: <infobot-dev@infobot.org>
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 3:00 PM
Subject: problem installing infobot

> I'm trying to install infobot on a linux box
> I think I configured everything right but when I run infobot here's what
> I get:
> leafnode@lunatic:~/infobot-0.44.3$ ./infobot
> Missing braces on \N{} at ./src/Irc.pl line 131, near ">>> $b"
> Missing braces on \N{} at ./src/Irc.pl line 133, near ">>> $b"
> Missing braces on \N{} at ./src/Irc.pl line 152, within string
> Compilation failed in require at ./infobot line 39.
> BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at ./infobot line 42.
> I'm not much of a perl guru, any help appreciated
> TTimo