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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • My first thought is that there could be something wrong with emailing to your PAUSE ID at cpan.org. Or something filtering emails on their way to you. But the overall number of reports on cpan testers is pretty low.

    With the addition of the 5.9 dependency, I'm surprised there aren't any N/A results -- which would be the correct report to see on CPAN Testers for older Perls. Note that N/A reports are now not sent to authors by CPAN::Reporter, and possibly not by CPANPLUS/YACSmoke either. So those should only be on the mailing list and website -- you wouldn't get them directly.

    There's a new crop of smokers that are pretty aggressive about smoking any new releases within a day or so. Some of them are bleadperl, too. So you might want to just kick out a new release and that will trigger a bunch of smoking.

    Note -- I tried it on my bleadperl with CPAN::Reporter and it was a pass. So keep an eye out and see if it shows up on CPAN Testers.

    -- David