[tpm] Making IO::Handle objects "hot"
linux at alteeve.com
Fri Nov 19 22:28:06 PST 2010
I've got a program that calls 'yum install ...'. I've set my stdout to
hot ($|=1;), but there is no output at all during the package download
stage. I am not entirely convinced that this is a problem with
IO::Handle's object being hot though, as when I do finally get output,
it starts after the download stage.
So if this is a buffering issue, how could I turn it off? If it's that
'yum' is writing the download info to somewhere else, how could I
capture that inside perl?
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