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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Nice one. I'll add this to the forthcoming CPAN Testers Wiki if that's okay with you.

    I'll be interested to hear of the hack you had to make to get CPAN::YACSmoke working for this.

    • I backported sub homedir {} from version 0.03_08 and added a few additional bits that I ported over from CPAN::Reporter to show stuff like the %ENV, etc. nothing really heavy.

    • Sorry, yeah, add this to the wiki.

      I'll expand this at some point for setting up a test environment for 5.8.8 perl.

  • You actually had to pollute the blead image with all that CPAN and installation infrastructure? Blast and tarnation! My images are polluted by a $LIB/CPAN/Config.pm but I otherwise just test from virgin installs. It prevents installer-chain issues from becoming invisible.
  • I need to get my A into G and push a new blead-friendly release of Regexp::Assemble out the door. I'll try and get to that this week-end.

    Thanks for the implicit kick in the pants :)
  • Thank you so much. Your work is certainly appreciated.

  • Hi Chris,

    just to let you know... I have just uploaded version 0.29 of Regexp::Assemble, which is now fully blead-friendly. This will certainly simplify the process of smoking blead. Thanks for providing the required motivation.