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Id: 52097
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Queue: Coat-Persistent

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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 0.223
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Subject: Warnings During Build
Hi; I'm one of the people from the pkg-perl team currently maintaining libcoat-persistent-perl. I noticed you were formerly the maintainer of this package -- thanks for your work! Here is a log of tests for this module while running inside a chroot: t/001_csv_binding.t ................... ok t/002_subobjects.t .................... ok t/003_classes_scope.t ................. ok t/004_default_dbh.t ................... ok t/005_context.t ....................... ok t/006_find_by_sql.t ................... ok t/007_unique.t ........................ ok t/008_syntax.t ........................ ok t/009_cache.t ......................... ok t/009_required_read_only.t ............ ok t/010_update.t ........................ ok t/011_create.t ........................ ok t/012_find.t .......................... ok t/013_find_or_create.t ................ ok t/014_find_or_init.t .................. ok t/015_meta.t .......................... ok t/016_import.t ........................ ok t/017_rename.t ........................ ok t/018_find_with_undef.t ............... ok Use of uninitialized value $rows in numeric eq (==) at /usr/lib/perl5/DBI.pm line 1592. t/019_mix.t ........................... ok t/019_state_object.t .................. ok t/022_storage_value.t ................. ok t/023_types_and_coercions.t ........... ok t/024_undefined_primary_key.t ......... ok t/test-database/001_auto_increment.t .. skipped: Test::Database is needed All tests successful. Of importance is the strange warning in the middle. I'd prefer not to upload things that build with warnings (I rather treat them as errors myself) unless they are intentional -- this one doesn't look to be an intentional warning. If you are testing that warnings do happen when you want them to, please use Test::Warn. Otherwise, please consider using Test::NoWarnings everywhere (it turns warning reports into a FAIL, useful for CPAN Testers reports). Thanks again for your contribution to the CPAN. Hopefully we can resolve this soon and upload 0.223 shortly. Cheers, Jonathan


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