[PATCH] Portability: use `uname -n` instead of `hostname`
geert at hendrickx.be
Tue Oct 13 07:21:34 UTC 2020
On Mon, Oct 12, 2020 at 18:15:42 +0100, Sergey Kandaurov wrote:
> Whilst `uname -n` is certainly more portable than 4.2BSD'ish hostname(1),
> the former will barely work on win32 which is also ought to be supported.
> How about this change instead? It should work across all supported hosts.
Sure, if Sys::Hostname is bundled with standard perl, which appears
to be the case.
Looking at that module, on Unix it calls `uname -n` eventually. ;-)
On Windows indeed it still uses `hostname`.
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