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Id: 62245
Status: resolved
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Queue: DBIx-Class-Cursor-Cached

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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 1.0.1
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Subject: Missing module dependency DBD::SQLite
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This module fails it's test suite without DBD::SQLite. SQLite is not mentioned as a dependency in the Makefile.PL or META.yml files.
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It does how ever have a dependency on DBIx::Class which in turn has a build_requires on DBD::SQLite. I've rejected this bug - feel free to re-open it with more info if you think I've made a mistake.
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On Mon Oct 18 18:25:30 2010, ASH wrote: Show quoted text
> It does how ever have a dependency on DBIx::Class which in turn has a > build_requires on > DBD::SQLite. > > I've rejected this bug - feel free to re-open it with more info if you > think I've made a mistake.
build_requires does not imply that the module is required after build. some installers even give you an option to not install them after they're used. In the case of automating building RPMs, I only need Test::Exception to build DBIC, not install it. So depending on other modules to get your dependencies falls apart for that. Honestly it's my feel that if the module needs it for build or regular use, there's alot of value to explicitly stating that in your makefile/meta
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On Mon Oct 18 18:19:02 2010, TODDR wrote: Show quoted text
> This module fails it's test suite without DBD::SQLite. SQLite is not > mentioned as a dependency in > the Makefile.PL or META.yml files.
Fixed, http://dev.catalystframework.org/svnweb/bast/revision?rev=9765 Cheers!
fixed in 1.001000


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