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Id: 50203
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Queue: Perl-Dist-Strawberry

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: kmx [...]

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Subject: Strange difference between portable and non-portable 5.10.1
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Hi, I have found out a different behaviour of portable strawberry perl comparing to non-portable one. It happens with the following modules (distributions): - Scalar-List-Utils - IO - Padre (+ maybe others that I just haven't tried) The above mentioned modules install fine (= without failing tests) on non-portable perl 5.10.1, however have some failing tests on portable 5.10.1. Scalar-List-Utils-1.21 - failed tests: - t/expfail.t - t/p_00version.t IO-1.25 - failed test: - t/io_dup.t Padre-0.47 - failed test: - t/04-config.t I have tested this issue on non-portable 5.10.1 Oct09-beta2 and portable 5.10.1 Oct09-beta3 but I am nearly sure that this is not connected with Oct09 release and have been introduced earlier. After some investigation I have ended up in 'Portable' module that is IMHO either the cause or at least somehow connected with this issue. As my knowledge of the Portable's guts is very limited I was not able to find out any solution and/or workaround how to deal with this problem. -- kmx
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Marking "stalled" because I (or you!) need to check if this still exists in the current 5.12.1 portable.

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