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andreas.koenig.7os6VVqR
Date:
January 6, 2007 05:06
Subject:
Re: New release ?
Message ID:
871wm8gvda.fsf@k75.linux.bogus
>>>>> On Fri, 5 Jan 2007 18:20:05 +0100, "Rafael Garcia-Suarez" <rgarciasuarez@gmail.com> said:

  > - CPAN module breakages to fix core-side ?

Just for the record, I currently know of only two major bleading
problem-modules: Math::Pari and Term::ReadLine::Gnu.

Aprt from those there is a certain acceptance problem for the side
effects that the introduction of ExtUtils::Constant::ProxySubs in
patch 26453 brings with it.

TELS/graph/Graph-Easy-0.51.tar.gz (author CC'd) illustrates this. The
Pod::Coverage test fails now:

  t/pod_cov.......NOK 1/20                                                     
  #   Failed test 'Graph::Easy is covered'
  #   at t/pod_cov.t line 41.
  # Coverage for Graph::Easy is 93.3%, with 6 naked subroutines:
  #       EDGE_CROSS
  #       EDGE_HOLE
  #       EDGE_HOR
  #       EDGE_NO_M_MASK
  #       EDGE_TYPE_MASK
  #       EDGE_VER
  t/pod_cov.......NOK 18/20                                                    
  #   Failed test 'Pod coverage on Graph::Easy'
  #   at t/pod_cov.t line 70.
  # Coverage for Graph::Easy is 93.3%, with 6 naked subroutines:
  #       EDGE_CROSS
  #       EDGE_HOLE
  #       EDGE_HOR
  #       EDGE_NO_M_MASK
  #       EDGE_TYPE_MASK
  #       EDGE_VER
  t/pod_cov.......ok 19/20# Looks like you failed 2 tests of 20.               
  t/pod_cov.......dubious                                                      
          Test returned status 2 (wstat 512, 0x200)
  DIED. FAILED tests 1, 18
          Failed 2/20 tests, 90.00% okay


Up to 26452 Test::Coverage did not complain, now it does. Maybe the
fine print on 5.10 needs to explain the intricacies in this problem.
Maybe this can even be fixed within the Coverage modules? I don't know
enough about the problem itself.
 

-- 
andreas

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