>>>>> "BF" == Bryan Fullerton <email@example.com> writes:
BF> Once I set confirm_url (using mj_shell and 'configedit GLOBAL'), I get
BF> the following errors when I try to run mj_confirm:
BF> --== String found where operator expected at (eval 95) line 135, near
BF> "'http://geisha.samurai.com/cgi-bin/mj_confirm' 'dup_lifetime'"
BF> --== (Missing operator before 'dup_lifetime'?)
BF> .......Eval of config defaults failed: syntax error at (eval 95)
BF> line 135, near "'http://geisha.samurai.com/cgi-bin/mj_confirm'
It has failed when loading mj_cf_defs.pm. There is no such string there,
so I can only assume that you have edited it by hand. Are you sure you
didn't make any typos there? It really looks like you left out a comma.
If you're going to hack on stuff, it's best to pass it through perl -cw