Célestin Matte <celestin.ma...@ensimag.fr> writes:

> So using autodie may not be a good idea.
> But the problem is that in the current state, open() return values are
> checked, but print ones are not, although it should be.

I tried "man autodie" and tried to spot 'print' in the categories
list that shows things like ":all covers :default which in turn
covers :io which in turn covers read, seek, ..." and didn't see any.

Running the attached as

        $ perl ad.perl >&-

gave me "Hi" (i.e. no failure from print) but of course killed a
failing syswrite().

So I am not sure your "we must check print" matches well with use of
autodie, either.

-- >8 --
#!/usr/bin/perl -w

use warnings;
use autodie;

for (my $i = 0; $i < 256; $i++) {
        print "Did this die?\n";

print STDERR "Hi\n";

for (my $i = 0; $i < 256; $i++) {
        syswrite(1, "Did this die?\n");

print STDERR "Lo\n";

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