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Id: 51583
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: Locales

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Requestors: ANDK [...] cpan.org
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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 0.11
Fixed in: (no value)



Subject: Undeclared dependency on File::Slurp
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Many of the failing cpantesters reports complain about Undefined subroutine &File::Slurp::read_dir called at t/03.cldr_db.t line 21. I wish File::Slurp were declared a prerequisite then we could probably tell more about version dependencies. As it stands therer is some bug in the way the test tries to skip the parts that rely on File::Slurp. I bet it is easier to remove the skip and introduce a dependency. Sure, people will then complain about not needed dependencies but you can point them to the red matrix you got when you tried to avoid the dependency: http://matrix.cpantesters.org/?dist=Locales-0.11 HTH, Thanks, Regards:)
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doh! I just got the testers emails, thanks a ton! Will be rectified soon :) On Mon Nov 16 16:22:55 2009, ANDK wrote: Show quoted text
> Many of the failing cpantesters reports complain about > > Undefined subroutine &File::Slurp::read_dir called at t/03.cldr_db.t > line 21. > > I wish File::Slurp were declared a prerequisite then we could probably > tell more about version dependencies. As it stands therer is some bug
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> the way the test tries to skip the parts that rely on File::Slurp. I bet > it is easier to remove the skip and introduce a dependency. Sure,
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> will then complain about not needed dependencies but you can point
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> to the red matrix you got when you tried to avoid the dependency: > > http://matrix.cpantesters.org/?dist=Locales-0.11 > > HTH, Thanks, Regards:)
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fixed in 0.12, just uploaded to CPAN, thanks! the eval "require XYZ" shoudl have been: eval "require XYZ;1" however I just did a opendir()/readdir() instead of needing File::Slurp thanks again so much for the report, have a great day!


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