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Jonathan is a programmer who works all over the place and now lives in London too.

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Wednesday January 30, 2008
12:00 PM

Provoking Bug Reports

[ #35524 ]

Today I had the unusual pleasure of receiving a bug report for XML::XSLT, not only was it a very good bug report complete with the failing test case ready to add to the modules tests, but I was even more pleasantly surprised to discover that I had actually fixed the bug some time in the nearly four years since I last made a release of the module.

I hadn't made a release in such a long time because I wanted to whack as many of the myriad bugs and lacking features as I could before doing so. But I made a new "alpha" release today, in the hope that it might provoke even more high quality bug reports.

Just in case you have previously sent me a bug or even a patch which isn't fixed or applied in this release don't worry I'll make sure it's all up to date before I release the proper 0.50 version.

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