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Darren Duncan
January 14, 2022 12:00
Re: Broken stack traces from use statements.
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On 2022-01-14 3:40 a.m., demerphq wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Jan 2022 at 11:57, Darren Duncan wrote:
>     I feel that Perl 5.36.0 SHOULD fix its own broken behavior regarding stack
>     traces.
>     The 5.36.0 release is a major release and is far enough away that DBIx::Class
>     should be able to get fixed to not rely on the broken behavior in time for its
>     release.
>     The fix shouldn't be put off another year.  If anyone depends on something that
>     depends on the broken behavior, they should not upgrade past 5.34.x until their
>     other dependencies are updated for compatibility.
> I can live with that.
> I am not really convinced the patch really does break anything however, we have 
> been running with the fix backported for years and we never noticed any issues 
> with our DBIx class code. *shrug*

That's all the more reason to re-apply the bug fix to blead right away.

Your experience would imply that any reliance in DBIx::Class on the broken 
behavior isn't in its core functionality and more in some non-core functionality 
or alternately just a test is broken and main code isn't.

-- Darren Duncan

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