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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Are the tests supposed to be non-alpha order when not using the shuffle option?
    • It would appear that the order above is the same order if one does "dir" in the t directory. Not by date. Not by last mod. Not by name. Not by size.

      Who knows what the hell Windows is doing. Maybe by ntfs node id or something terribly non-useful.
      • Eh? The 'dir' command lists file in alphabetical order by default, as does Perl's readdir() on Windows. Yours doesn't?

        There are no inodes on Windows, btw. :)

        • Well, not inodes, no, but ntfs pointers. I think this is a windows "feature". On permanent drives, it is indeed alphabetical. On removable drives (USB, or at least the one I have), it is NOT alphabetical.

          F:\>dir
          Volume in drive F has no label.
          Volume Serial Number is 44B6-4FFC

          Directory of F:\

          07/13/2006  10:01 AM    <DIR>          Mozilla Firefox
          01/26/2006  06:53 PM               488 Shortcut to firefox.exe.lnk

      • Tests are returned in the order that File::Find returns them. See the code for bin/runtests.