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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • no strict, no warnings, talking to IRC server without using Net::IRC, even the indentation is bad bad bad... I wonder if this background command execution connected to that listening socket actually works.
    • by james2vegas (9062) on 2009.02.02 18:54 (#67177)
      you're recommending Net::IRC with a straight face? heh.
      • well, let's put it this way: at least Net::IRC uses "strict". Did you take look at the source of that Opener Chat thingy? It seems like it opens a listening port and connects it to a command shell if it receives a "dos_command" string on the irc connection. It also seem to start a vnc-server that directly connects to some remote ip when it receives the string "vnc_server" over the irc connection.
        • "dos_command" and "vnc_server" is just for the remote connect. Originally, One aim of Opener chat is to help someone to repair their systems. So we have these functions. But now these functions should not be worked, we have not clear it. Yes, the codes are messed, We have not enough time to clear it. We will do it in the further. Your suggestions are welcome. Our site: http://sites.google.com/site/openerenglish/opener-chat [google.com]