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Subject: t/test.t fails if plackup is not in $ENV{PATH}
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On most of my smoker systems I see the following failure: ... Use of uninitialized value $plackup in concatenation (.) or string at t/test.t line 19. Failed to create daemon: 'execing into daemon Error: daemon exited immediately at /home/cpansand/.cpan/build/2016100212/Ubic-1.60-haGt63/blib/lib/Ubic/Daemon.pm line 263. ' at /home/cpansand/.cpan/build/2016100212/Ubic-1.60-haGt63/blib/lib/Ubic/Daemon.pm line 414. # Looks like your test exited with 255 before it could output anything. t/test.t .................. Dubious, test returned 255 (wstat 65280, 0xff00) Failed 14/14 subtests ... I think the problematic line in the test is the following one: $plackup = which('plackup'); First, there's no check if $plackup is defined here; probably the test should be skipped if the program cannot be found. Then, there are many systems out there where a non-system perl is used without adjusting $PATH. This means the which("plackup") command here may find no plackup at all or a wrong one (belonging to the system perl, not to the currently used perl). One possibility is to use $Config{scriptdir} here, and maybe only fallback to $PATH. But this won't help on smoker systems where distributions are only tested, but not installed. The solution here is more difficult; probably it's possible to check for all the blib/lib paths in @INC and add the corresponding blib/script paths to $ENV{PATH}.


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