Hi, I need help debugging a CGI Perl script. It's a website search script, and I managed to get it working on one website, but now I'm trying to install it on 2 additional websites, each on a different server account. I'm sure it's something simple but since I'm not a Perl programmer, it's beyond me. The script is here: [url removed, login to view] I don't need help customizing the search results page, this bid is only for getting the script working. Here's where I try to run the search script: [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view] And this is the error message I get on both sites: Software error: Can't "next" outside a loop block at [url removed, login to view] line 1183. I think there may be some issue with the indexer script terminating early because when the indexer completes, the last line should tell the total run time, and I notice it's not giving that message on these 2 sites, even though it displayed correctly on the first site (the one that's working). Thanks, hope to hear from you soon!
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