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How to force tests to issue "NA" reports?

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From:
Robert Rothenberg
Date:
April 6, 2005 05:43
Subject:
How to force tests to issue "NA" reports?
Message ID:
4253D270.9050203@i-2000.com
Is there a way tests to determine that a module cannot be installed on a 
platform so that CPANPLUS or CPAN::YACSmoke can issue an "NA" (Not 
Applicable) report?

CPANPLUS relies on module names (e.g. "Solaris::" or "Win32::") but that 
is not always appropriate in cases where a module runs on many platforms 
  except some that do not have the capability.

There's also a separate issue of whether "NA" reports should be issued 
if a library is missing.  (Usually these come out as failures.)

Regards,
Rob
(Co-author of CPAN::YACSmoke)


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