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Mention the print thing in the SYNOPSIS too #39

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autarch commented Sep 26, 2013

This way people might actually notice ;)

Mention the print thing in the SYNOPSIS too
This way people might actually notice ;)
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pjf commented Oct 16, 2013

Wait, wouldn't print $fh; print the reference to the filehandle to STDOUT, which would presumably work?

Wouldn't we want print {$fh} "Hello World\n" instead? ;)

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autarch commented Oct 16, 2013

Good catch, though I suspect it might print $_. Either way it's unclear.

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Merge pull request #39 from autarch/patch-2
Mention the print thing in the SYNOPSIS too

@pjf pjf merged commit d3883d9 into pjf:master Mar 19, 2014

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v2.24
        * FEATURE: Provide a stack backtrace when `Carp::Always` is enabled.
                   Note that sometimes this is not as pretty as it could
                   be, patches welcome.
                   (Thanks to Niels Thykier, GH #35)

        * BUGFIX: Fix situations where `no autodie` doesn't respect lexical
                  scope. (Thanks to Niels Thykier, GH #41, RT #72053,
                  RT #86396)

        * INTERNAL: Remove now unused variables in code (Niels Thykier).

        * DOCS: Make it extra-clear autodie doesn't check `print`.
                (Dave Rolsky, GH #39)

        * TEST: Removed obsolete boilerplate.t

        * TEST / INTERNAL: Enabled travis-ci for Perl 5.8

        * TEST: Stopped some Pod::Coverage tests failing under Perl 5.8

        * BUILD: Better support for building in a read-only directory
                 (courtesy Andrew Fresh, GH #46)
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