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Id: 37999
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: CGI-Application-Plugin-AnyTemplate

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Requestors: blackbird [...] webbird.de
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Fixed in: 0.18



Subject: Clone vs. Clone::PP (Patch)
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You're using Clone for cloning data structures, but it's not part of the Perl Core, and not everyone can build and install it to it's webspace, so I made a small patch to allow AnyTemplate a fallback to Clone::PP. Here it is: ## ----- Patch by Bianka Martinovic; use Clone::PP as fallback ## ----- to Clone ##use Clone; if ( ! eval { require Clone } ) { if ( eval { require Clone::PP } ) { no strict 'refs'; *Clone::clone = *Clone::PP::clone; } else { die "Neiter Clone nor Clone::PP found - $@\n"; } } ~Bianka
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Hi Bianka, Thank you for your ticket and for the patch. This should be resolved in 0.18. Note that there doesn't appear to be a way to indicate to Module::Build that the module can use either Clone or Clone::PP - that it requires one (but not both) of them. So for now, Clone is still listed as a prerequisite. But if you install Clone::PP, and then choose not to install the required Clone module, the module will fall back gracefuly to Clone::PP and the tests will still pass. Michael


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