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System Requirement

  1. Perl, version 5.8.0 or above. reslog uses 3-argument open() to duplicate filehandles, which is only supported since 5.8.0. I have not successfully port this onto earlier versions yet. Please tell me if you made it. You can run perl -v to see your current Perl version. If you don't have Perl, or if you have an older version of Perl, you can download and install/upgrade it from Perl website. If you are using MS-Windows, you can download and install ActiveState ActivePerl.

  2. Required Perl modules: None.

  3. Optional Perl modules:

    File::MMagic

    This is used to check the file type. If this is not available, reslog will look for the file executable instead. If that is not available, too, reslog will judge the file type by its name suffix (extension). In that case reslog will fail when reading from STDIN. You can download and install File::MMagic from the CPAN archive, or install it with the CPAN shell by running cpan File::MMagic, or install it with the CPANPLUS shell by running cpanp i Term::ReadKey. Debian/Ubandu Linux users can install it by running apt-get install libfile-mmagic-perl. Red Hat/Fedora/CentOS Linux users can install it by running yum install perl-File-MMagic. FreeBSD users can install it by running ports install p5-File-MMagic. ActivePerl users can install it by running ppm install File::MMagic. The alternative file.exe for MS-Windows can be obtained from the GnuWin32 home page. Be sure to save it as file.exe somewhere in your PATH.

    It is preferred to use File::MMagic. The file executable seems to make mistakes occationally.

    Compress::Zlib

    This is used to support read/write of gzip compressed files. It is only needed when gzip compressed files are encountered. If it is not available when needed, reslog will try to use the gzip executable instead. If that is not available, too, reslog will fail. You can download and install Compress::Zlib from the CPAN archive, or install it with the CPAN shell by running cpan Compress::Zlib, or install it with the CPANPLUS shell by running cpanp i Compress::Zlib. Debian/Ubandu Linux users can install it by running apt-get install libcompress-zlib-perl. Red Hat/Fedora/CentOS Linux users can install it by running yum install perl-Compress-Zlib. FreeBSD users can install it by running ports install p5-Compress-Zlib. ActivePerl users can install it by running ppm install Compress::Zlib. The alternative gzip.exe for MS-Windows can be obtained from the gzip home page. Be sure to save it as gzip.exe somewhere in your PATH.

    Compress::Bzip2, version 2 or above

    This is used to support read/write of bzip2 compressed files. It is only needed when bzip2 compressed files are encountered. If it is not available when needed, reslog will try to use the bzip2 executable instead. If that is not available, too, reslog will fail. Notice that older versions before 2 does not work, since file I/O compression were not implemented yet. You can download and install Compress::Bzip2 from the CPAN archive, or install it with the CPAN shell by running cpan Compress::Bzip2, or install it with the CPANPLUS shell by running cpanp i Compress::Bzip2. Debian/Ubandu Linux users can install it by running apt-get install libcompress-bzip2-perl. Red Hat/Fedora/CentOS Linux users can install it by running yum install perl-Compress-Bzip2. FreeBSD users can install it by running ports install p5-Compress-Bzip2. ActivePerl users can install it by running ppm install Compress::Bzip2. The alternative bzip2.exe for MS-Windows can be obtained from the bzip2 home page. Be sure to save it as bzip2.exe somewhere in your PATH.

    Term::ReadKey

    This is used to display the progress bar. Without this reslog won’t display the progress bar, but nothing else is different. The progress bar is a good visual representation of what reslog is currently doing. You can download and install Term::ReadKey from the CPAN archive, or install it with the CPAN shell by running cpan Term::ReadKey, or install it with the CPANPLUS shell by running cpanp i Term::ReadKey. Debian/Ubandu Linux users can install it by running apt-get install libterm-readkey-perl. Red Hat/Fedora/CentOS Linux users can install it by running yum install perl-TermReadKey. FreeBSD users can install it by running ports install p5-Term-ReadKey. ActivePerl users can install it by running ppm install Term::ReadKey.

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By imacat, first version 2001-07-04, last updated 2009-04-19