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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Ovid, that test was reported from my system. Sorry =D

    A similar failure was reported from testing Test::Class (source [perl.org]).

    Adrian, the author of Test::Class, suggested that my installation of Test::Exception was hosed, thus making Sub::Uplevel barf. After re-installing Test::Exception his distribution passed (source [perl.org]).

    I will try yours again tonight and see if it passes.

    • What curious timing. I was just about to post my research into this. I just decided to look into this and saw that Sub::Uplevel was coming from Test::Exception, but it's listed in the Makefile.PL. Test::Exception might be hosed, but it may just be a simple case of reinstalling Sub::Uplevel. Clearly you do have Test::Exception installed, otherwise the Sub::Uplevel call wouldn't have been made (though a clean install wouldn't hurt).

      And no worries. It was bound to happen sooner or later :)