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Id: 63015
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: AnyEvent-Connection

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: ANDK [...]

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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 0.05
Fixed in: (no value)

Subject: Bleadperl ea25a9b breaks A:C 0.05
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You may have noticed that recent bleadperl versions report a FAIL: The culprit is this commit as reported by git bisect: commit ea25a9b2cf73948b1e8c5675de027e0ad13277bd Author: Zefram <> Date: Wed Sep 8 09:51:29 2010 make qw(...) first-class syntax This makes a qw(...) list literal a distinct token type for the parser, where previously it was munged into a "(",THING,")" sequence. The change means that qw(...) can't accidentally supply parens to parts of the grammar that want real parens. Due to many bits of code taking advantage of that by "foreach my $x qw(...) {}", this patch also includes a hack to coerce qw(...) to the old-style parenthesised THING, emitting a deprecation warning along the way. By virtue of the Test::NoWarnings your test uncovers this new warning and consequently fails. The fix is trivial (tested). In lib/AnyEvent/ this pseudo patch: BEGIN { no strict 'refs'; - for my $m qw(push_write push_read unshift_read say reply recv command want_command) { + for my $m (qw(push_write push_read unshift_read say reply recv command want_command)) { *$m = sub { my $self = shift; $self->{connected} or return $self->event( error HTH, Thanks && Regards,
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0.06 looks fine wrt to perl 5.13.x and 5.14.x, so this particular issue might be closed. Regards, Slaven
Agreed. This ticket was about v5.13.4-171-gea25a9b which seems to be settled

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