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Re: What's the common denominator in these NYTProf failures?Message ID:

4980802C.5040207@easysoft.comTim Bunce wrote: > I'm strugling to find a common denominator in these test results: > > http://bbbike.radzeit.de/~slaven/cpantestersmatrix.cgi?dist=Devel-NYTProf+2.07_94 > > It would be wonderful if there was some tool that would analyse the > perl -V output and help identify the combinations of settings associated > with failures - assuming there is a pattern. > > Meanwhile, can anyone reproduce the failure? (I've not been able to.) > > Tim. > > Not intel 64 bit int and multi-threaded perl then? Looked common to all the failures and unless I missed one looked missing from the successes. Martin -- Martin J. Evans Easysoft Limited http://www.easysoft.comThread Previous | Thread Next

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