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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • .. it got really low kwalitee [perl.org] :-)
  • What specifically do you suggest gets checked for?

    And how does this module make your own tests fail? What is the harmful behavior it's causing?

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    xoa

    • What specifically do you suggest gets checked for?

      With respect to an uploading policy, you mean? I'd say the criterium of extracting nicely into a directory of its own is the very least that should be checked for.

      And how does this module make your own tests fail? What is the harmful behavior it's causing?

      The harmful behaviour is caused by this module's tarball extracing into the directory blib/. I suppose that on this machine where the POD-tests fail for two of my modules it was unpacked while being in the
      • I sort of understand how the reactions against any call for setting a minimum Kwaalliittee or some other "elitist" minimal bar for sucessfull upload is treated as a Modest Proposal [google.com]. But this is worth further consideration -- the very infrastructure that now makes enforcing such possible is what is making lack of it punish good module authors. The penalty for failing the grade need not be as draconian (or procrustean?) as summary deletion; the offending "module" could be relegated to BackPan, until a replac
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        Bill
        # I had a sig when sigs were cool
        use Sig;