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Id: 45827
Status: open
Priority: 0/
Queue: Cache-Memcached-Tags

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Requestors: abryan+bc [...] pangeamedia.com
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Severity: Critical
Broken in: 0.02
Fixed in: (no value)



Subject: build failure
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Cache-Memcached-Tags-0.02 make fails on several architectures with: Unrecognized character \x05 in column 2 at ._Makefile.PL line 1. deleting '._Makefile.PL' and running perl Makefile.PL again fixes the issue. '._Makefile.PL' perhaps should not be in the archive. make test fails on 02_keys.t for several reasons: 1) Cache::Memcached objects are created instead of Cache::Memcached::Tags objects.. so of course the tagging methods don't exist! 2) "add with tags" is tested but there is not actually an overridden add method (there is 'set' with tags, but not an 'add' with tags) 3) and because the add method didn't actually tag key2 with tag2, the delete_by_tags test fails because there is nothing tagged with both tag1 and tag2. -- Andrew Bryan abryan+bc@pangeamedia.com
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On 2009-05-07 15:13:58, abryan17 wrote: Show quoted text
> Cache-Memcached-Tags-0.02 > > make fails on several architectures with: > > Unrecognized character \x05 in column 2 at ._Makefile.PL line 1. > > deleting '._Makefile.PL' and running perl Makefile.PL again fixes the > issue. '._Makefile.PL' perhaps should not be in the archive. >
This is a hidden Mac OS X file. I think that rebuilding the tarball with current ExtUtils::MakeMaker or so should fix the problem. Show quoted text
> > make test fails on 02_keys.t for several reasons: > > 1) Cache::Memcached objects are created instead of > Cache::Memcached::Tags objects.. so of course the tagging methods don't > exist! > 2) "add with tags" is tested but there is not actually an overridden add > method (there is 'set' with tags, but not an 'add' with tags) > 3) and because the add method didn't actually tag key2 with tag2, the > delete_by_tags test fails because there is nothing tagged with both tag1 > and tag2. > >


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