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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • When I see a FAIL on search.cpan, I usually click on the link to see what failed. The reports returned by YACSmoke are very long, but they lack the information I want: the details of which test, in which test script, failed.

    See http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.cpan.testers/197254 [perl.org] for example.

    Thanks in advance. :-)

    • This is a problem with the new CPANPLUS rather than CPAN::YACSmoke. To get the test run for reports you switch verbose mode on. As such it then gives you everything! However, I'm already looking to add an option to CPAN::YACSmoke to filter the 'Extracted' messages.

      It's also a know problem [cpan.org] that a distribution with pre-requisites can produce the test run for all in all reports within that test run.

      Another problem, which is the problem you've unknowingly spotted, is that CPANPLUS doesn't currently catch th