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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by chromatic (983) on 2006.01.20 13:43 (#45759) Homepage Journal

    As if I needed to get more bug reports for problems that aren't mine and I can't fix. Are you trying to make CPAN testers reports even less useful?

    • I'm trying to make the distinction here between CPAN Testers and what this second system will be.

      DESPITE how good your installer may be, if it won't install onto a default Perl install is it doing it's job of being an installer?

      That's all I ask of an installer, that it installs things.

    • Additionally, there's always things you can do to fix those sorts of DEPFAIL problem. For a start, don't use that dependency. You bought that modules problems when you bought that module.

      Blame isn't the issue here. If your module breaks, it may not be your failt, but it is your responsibility to fix it.
      • Somehow I managed to install of these evil, horrible modules that use M::B without trouble. Else why would I use them? Yet I cannot think of a single M::I installation that worked without babysitting.