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Id: 110319
Status: open
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Queue: Linux-Sysfs

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Requestors: KENTNL [...] cpan.org
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Broken in: 0.03
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Subject: Tests that should be Author-Only fail with Pod-Coverage errors
t/pod-coverage.t .. 1/8
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#   Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Attribute'
#   at t/pod-coverage.t line 9.
# Linux::Sysfs::Attribute: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Attribute' failed

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#   Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Bus'
#   at t/pod-coverage.t line 10.
# Linux::Sysfs::Bus: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Bus' failed

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#   Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Class'
#   at t/pod-coverage.t line 11.
# Linux::Sysfs::Class: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Class' failed

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#   Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::ClassDevice'
#   at t/pod-coverage.t line 12.
# Linux::Sysfs::ClassDevice: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::ClassDevice' failed

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#   Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Device'
#   at t/pod-coverage.t line 13.
# Linux::Sysfs::Device: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Device' failed

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#   Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Driver'
#   at t/pod-coverage.t line 14.
# Linux::Sysfs::Driver: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Driver' failed

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#   Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Module'
#   at t/pod-coverage.t line 15.
# Linux::Sysfs::Module: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Module' failed
# Looks like you failed 7 tests of 8.
t/pod-coverage.t .. Dubious, test returned 7 (wstat 1792, 0x700)
Failed 7/8 subtests
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On 2015-12-14 03:01:00, KENTNL wrote: Show quoted text
> t/pod-coverage.t .. 1/8 > # Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Attribute' > # at t/pod-coverage.t line 9. > # Linux::Sysfs::Attribute: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Attribute' failed > > # Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Bus' > # at t/pod-coverage.t line 10. > # Linux::Sysfs::Bus: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Bus' failed > > # Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Class' > # at t/pod-coverage.t line 11. > # Linux::Sysfs::Class: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Class' failed > > # Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::ClassDevice' > # at t/pod-coverage.t line 12. > # Linux::Sysfs::ClassDevice: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::ClassDevice' failed > > # Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Device' > # at t/pod-coverage.t line 13. > # Linux::Sysfs::Device: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Device' failed > > # Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Driver' > # at t/pod-coverage.t line 14. > # Linux::Sysfs::Driver: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Driver' failed > > # Failed test 'Pod coverage on Linux::Sysfs::Module' > # at t/pod-coverage.t line 15. > # Linux::Sysfs::Module: requiring 'Linux::Sysfs::Module' failed > # Looks like you failed 7 tests of 8. > t/pod-coverage.t .. Dubious, test returned 7 (wstat 1792, 0x700) > Failed 7/8 subtests
But I think these are really compilation failures (X requiring X failed) which just disguise as pod coverage failures. (I recently taught my fail report analysis tool to classifiy such failures as compilation fails, not pod-coverage fails).


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