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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Every single Fail report on v0.1.4 is due to "No 'Makefile.PL' found - attempting to generate one".

    Actually, every fail report is due to:

    [ERROR] [Mon Jul 16 19:12:23 2007] This module requires 'Module::Build' and 'CPANPLUS::Dist::Build' to be installed, but you don't have it! Will fall back to 'CPANPLUS::Dist::MM', but might not be able to install!

    The clue is in the [ERROR] tag...

    I would prefer to *not* include Makefile.PL at all because there is another configuration scheme which says "prefer Makefile.PL over Build.PL?" (And of course it defaults to the wrong answer.)

    You will keep running into issues like these until either all machines have Module::Build support, or the config_requires: extension to META.yml is accepted, implemented and supported in all deployed versions of CPAN

    • When CPANPLUS says:

      [ERROR] [Mon Jul 16 19:12:23 2007] This module requires 'Module::Build' and 'CPANPLUS::Dist::Build' to be installed, but you don't have it! Will fall back to 'CPANPLUS::Dist::MM', but might not be able to install!

      and then

      No 'Makefile.PL' found - attempting to generate one

      it is trying to be helpful. But the smoker module (be it CPAN::YACSmoke, CPAN::Reporter or whatever) should recognize this case as NA and not FAIL. Would it be hard to tell this case apart?

      On another note, Bundle: