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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I feel it's kind of annoying when you are used to report bugs in CPAN modules via rt.cpan.org. But the author is entitled to choose the tools he prefers, so he's right about letting people know that he prefers bug reports via a channel he's more comfortable with.

    A good compromise would be if it was possible to redirect automatically the bug queue of Test::Reporter [cpan.org] into the author's favourite bug tracker, as well as redirecting the e-mails to bug-Test-Reporter@rt.cpan.org. But it probably won't happen: rt.cpan.org is far from responsive at my experience.

    • I would have even filed the bug at google if no extra registration would be required - an automatism would be very nice indeed.
      • The extra registration is so that we don't get all the noise from spammers. Look at the Test::Harness some time for an example.
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