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Re: Strawberry Perl and alarm() on Windowsby BrowserUk (Patriarch)
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Is that a new feature in newer Windows versions or does Strawberry Perl implements a workaround for alarm?
Why did you think alarm wouldn't work on window's?
Or is your surprise confined to Strawberry Perl?
Because to my knowledge, alarm has worked on Windows going back to at least 5.8.0 and I'm fairly sure it work on 5.6.1.
That's AS perl, and before SP existed, but I'm puzzled why you think it wouldn't work?
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