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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • (1) Upgrade to CPAN 1.90

    (2) configure distroprefs: 'o conf prefs_dir ...'

    (3) copy URI.File-Slurp.yml from the CPAN distribution to your prefs directory

    (4) Relax and never ever care again about File::Slurp or Pod::Coverage.

    • Er, no. That's a losing proposition. That just means the code remains broken on CPAN. Hopefully none of the people responsible for maintaining that code are using this to ignore failures.

      When I'm testing for what a "regular" user sees, a raw configuration is better.
    • It's not just a problem for a single person, but for every user.

      I recently outgrown Test::Pod::Coverage because Pod::Coverage is just really dumb. It seems to handle only the simple solution: a single package per file, and that package has to named after the file path. That just doesn't work for me anymore.
      • From the t/pod-coverage.t of my last module:

        #!perl -T
        use Test::More tests => 1;
        0 or eval 'use Test::Pod::Coverage';
        ok( 1, 'This file is just here as a sop for CPANTS' ) or all_pod_coverage_ok();
        # vim:ft=perl: