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Id: 45997
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Broken in: 0.710.08
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Subject: Inconsistency in SOAP::Serializer documentation
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The examples in the SOAP::Serializer Pod use the variable "$serialize", but there are two occurances where it is "$serial". It would be nice to have all variable names consistent. Regards, Slaven
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On Tue May 12 11:35:09 2009, SREZIC wrote: Show quoted text
> The examples in the SOAP::Serializer Pod use the variable "$serialize", > but there are two occurances where it is "$serial". It would be nice to > have all variable names consistent. >
Another small problem in the same Pod: the sentence "Any value other than these four results in an error." in the "context" documentation should probably occur *after* the =back, because it is not related to the "freeform" value only. Regards, Slaven
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Fixed in SVN. Thanks for reporting, Martin


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