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Id: 48531
Status: resolved
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Queue: FCGI-Engine

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Owner: stevan.little [...] gmail.com
Requestors: SREZIC [...] cpan.org
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Broken in: 0.10
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Subject: Test failure because wrong perl is called
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In the test report http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.cpan.testers/2009/07/msg4749490.html you see the error message 'Undefined symbol "PL_unitcheckav"'. This is typically an indication that during the test suite at some point another perl version is used than the supposed one. I guess here the system perl (perl 5.8.8) is used while I was testing with perl 5.10.0. The problem is probably that foo.pl is hardcoded to use /usr/bin/perl. A possible fix: somehow you could change the shebang of this script to $^X. Regards, Slaven
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Should be fixed in 0.15 just uploaded to CPAN On Fri Aug 07 18:30:27 2009, SREZIC wrote: Show quoted text
> In the test report > http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.cpan.testers/2009/07/msg4749490.html > you see the error message 'Undefined symbol "PL_unitcheckav"'. This is > typically an indication that during the test suite at some point another > perl version is used than the supposed one. I guess here the system perl > (perl 5.8.8) is used while I was testing with perl 5.10.0. The problem > is probably that foo.pl is hardcoded to use /usr/bin/perl. A possible > fix: somehow you could change the shebang of this script to $^X. > > Regards, > Slaven


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