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Yet another view to CPAN Testers

Journal written by srezic (8057) and posted by brian_d_foy on 2007.10.28 12:32   Printer-friendly
I made another view to CPAN Testers results. It is basically a matrix with perl versions on one axis and operating systems on the other axis. This makes it easier to see if a distribution just fails with certain perl versions or just on certain operating systems. There's also another matrix to show the maximum distribution version with a PASS on a perl version/operation system combination.
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  • I've wanted a view like this for some time.

  • So we need CPAN::Mini::Last_known_to_build ;) for a given OS...

    The OS view is really nice, as it shows that cygwin is lagging more an more with respect to "other OSs".

    By the way I am planning to make available a cygperl distrib, with many more modules that what is currently available with stock cygwin perl. I don't want it to be a one-shot thing, so there is need for a bit of infrastructure and something like the above is definetely very useful.

    thanks again --stephan

  • Tiny feature request- it would be nice that when hovering over the "bar" for each version that you could see a tooltip of "X passes, Y fails" and clicking on the bar would take you to the list of reports for that version.
  • Wow, you practically read my mind.

    One small thing, would it be possible to get an author page for this?

    Scale the matrix down to about half the current size and list them for all current modules for the author on a single page.

    The links to the older module versions wouldn't necessary at that level.
    • The author page is now done.

      As for scaling down, I'll left it to the user to use CTRL-- and CTRL-+.