perlbug -V (return code: -15)
Use of uninitialized value $result in scalar chomp at /usr/bin/perlbug line 968. Use of uninitialized value $result in substitution (s///) at /usr/bin/perlbug line 969. Use of uninitialized value $result in substitution (s///) at /usr/bin/perlbug line 969.
perlbug -h (return code: 0)
This program is designed to help you generate and send bug reports (and thank-you notes) about perl5 and the modules which ship with it. In most cases, you can just run "/usr/bin/perlbug" interactively from a command line without any special arguments and follow the prompts. Advanced usage: /usr/bin/perlbug [-v] [-a address] [-s subject] [-b body | -f inpufile ] [ -F outputfile ] [-r returnaddress] [-e editor] [-c adminaddress | -C] [-S] [-t] [-h] [-p patchfile ] /usr/bin/perlbug [-v] [-r returnaddress] [-A] [-ok | -okay | -nok | -nokay] Options: -v Include Verbose configuration data in the report -f File containing the body of the report. Use this to quickly send a prepared message. -p File containing a patch or other text attachment. Separate multiple files with commas. -F File to output the resulting mail message to, instead of mailing. -S Send without asking for confirmation. -a Address to send the report to. Defaults to 'firstname.lastname@example.org'. -c Address to send copy of report to. Defaults to 'root@localhost'. -C Don't send copy to administrator. -s Subject to include with the message. You will be prompted if you don't supply one on the command line. -b Body of the report. If not included on the command line, or in a file with -f, you will get a chance to edit the message. -r Your return address. The program will ask you to confirm this if you don't give it here. -e Editor to use. -t Test mode. The target address defaults to 'email@example.com'. -T Thank-you mode. The target address defaults to 'firstname.lastname@example.org'. -d Data mode. This prints out your configuration data, without mailing anything. You can use this with -v to get more complete data. -A Don't send a bug received acknowledgement to the return address. -ok Report successful build on this system to perl porters (use alone or with -v). Only use -ok if *everything* was ok: if there were *any* problems at all, use -nok. -okay As -ok but allow report from old builds. -nok Report unsuccessful build on this system to perl porters (use alone or with -v). You must describe what went wrong in the body of the report which you will be asked to edit. -nokay As -nok but allow report from old builds. -h Print this help message.