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I have used Win32::Service and it returns several codes that I use a hash to get a word based status.
my %statcodeHash = ( '1' => 'stopped', '2' => 'start pending', '3' => 'stop pending', '4' => 'running', '5' => 'continue pending', '6' => 'pause pending', '7' => 'paused' ); ... print "Status = $statcodeHash{$statusHash{"CurrentState"}}\n";
Not sure what all Win32::Daemon returns. Maybe this gives you another option.


UPDATE: fixed small spelling error

In reply to Re: Win32::Daemon::State returns a 0 or 1 by n3toy
in thread Win32::Daemon::State returns a 0 or 1 by azaragoza

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