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Id: 8521
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: Module-Build

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Requestors: david.dyck [...] fluke.com
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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 0.2604
Fixed in: 0.2605



Subject: Module-Build-0.2604 is failing t/runthrough.t test #19 due to VERSION issues
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Not being sure if this is a perl bug, or a Module-Build bug I also sent email To: module-build-general@lists.sourceforge.net Cc: Perl Porters <perl5-porters@perl.org> Module-Build-0.2604 is failing t/runthrough.t test #19 when it tries to compare the VERSION number (Is this a problem with blead-perl v5.9.2 or Module::Build?) ok $contents, "/Module::Build version ". $build->VERSION ."/"; $contents contains a string that ends with ..."generated_by: Module::Build version 0.2604\n" but for some reason $build->VERSION that is used in the match is "0.260400", so the expected pattern /Module::Build version 0.260400/ doesn't match. What is interesting is that the $VERSION scalar for $build is the shorter string DB<5> x ref($build) 0 'Module::Build' DB<6> x $Module::Build::VERSION 0 0.2604 $ ./Build test --test_files t/runthrough.t t/runthrough....ok 13/28# Test 19 got: "--- #YAML:1.0\nname: Sample\nversion: 0.01\nauthor:\n - Sample Man <sample@example.com>\nabstract: Foo foo sample foo\nlicense: perl\nrequires:\n File::Spec: 0\nprovides:\n Sample:\n file: lib/Sample.pm\n version: 0.01\n Sample::NoPod:\n file: lib/Sample/NoPod.pm\ngenerated_by: Module::Build version 0.2604\n" (t/runthrough.t at line 84) # Expected: "/Module::Build version 0.260400/" $ perl -v This is perl, v5.9.2 built for i686-linux $ uname -a Linux dd 2.4.28 #1 Wed Nov 17 08:37:45 PST 2004 i686
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Hi David, You may have noticed this by now, but this should be fixed in Module::Build version 0.2605. Thanks. -Ken


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