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Some of RTF::Tokenizer version 1.13:
# Reads a line from an IO:File'ish object sub _get_line { my $self = shift(); # Turn off warnings for the rest of this sub (at some point I'll u +pgrade # to 'no warnings "uninitialized"', but don't want to force a Perl + version # on people yet) local ($^W); # Localize the input record separator before changing it so # we don't mess up any other part of the application running # us that relies on it local $/ = $self->{_IRS}; # Read the line itself $self->{_BUFFER} .= $self->{_FILEHANDLE}->getline(); # <-------- +Line 208 }

It looks like there is an attempt to disable warnings in the sub. Does it not work?

Also, this bug report looks relevant: Eliminate warnings when EOF is reached.

In reply to Re: How can I suppress 'uninitialized' warnings in a CPAN module? by toolic
in thread How can I suppress 'uninitialized' warnings in a CPAN module? by zork42

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