Updated perl-IPC-Run3 packages that fix two bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The perl-IPC-Run3 packages provide a module to run subprocesses and redirect the stdin, stdout, and stderr functionalities to files and perl data structures. The perl-IPC-Run3 package allows to use system, qx, and open3 modules with a simple API.
Prior to this update, binary perl-IPC-Run3 packages failed to build if the perl-Time-HiRes module was not installed. This update adds the perl-Time-HiRes package to the build-time dependencies for perl-IPC-Run3.
Prior to this update, tests that called the IP-Run3 profiler failed when the internal perl-IPC-Run3 test suite was used. This update, adds run-time dependencies on perl(Getopt::Long) and perl(Time::HiRes) to the perl-IPC-Run3 package because certain IP-Run3 functions require the perl modules. Now, the IPC-Run3 profiler runs as expected.
All users of perl-IPC-Run3 are advised to upgrade to these updated packages, which fix these bugs.