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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • My intent wasn't to find modules failing everywhere, because often they are going to be modules of little consequence.

    I preferred the ranking based on absolute FAIL totals because it highlights old and important modules like, say, Template Toolkit that are failing a lot. My assumption is that the more-important the module, the more times it will be tested, and thus 10 fails out of 10 testers on a little unimportant module is equal to 10 out of 150 testers on something critical like File::Spec.

    The way you have it now means that if ANYONE can ever make a module work, even if it is broken for the vast majority of cases, the failure is hidden.