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Id: 94617
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Queue: Bio-MAGETAB

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Owner: TFRAYNER [...] cpan.org
Requestors: SREZIC [...] cpan.org
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Fixed in: 1.31



Subject: DateTime::Format::DateManip dependency is problematic
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The DateTime::Format::DateManip dependency is a little bit problematic, as its test suite is nowadays always failing (see http://matrix.cpantesters.org/?dist=DateTime-Format-DateManip%200.04 for an overview), and so automatic installation using CPAN.pm is not possibly without special options ("notest" or "force"). As the problem persists for some time (the module was not updated since ten years, it seems), it's maybe better to find another alternative? Regards, Slaven
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Hi Slaven, I agree that the DateManip dependency has been a problem. I have now switched the code to use DateTime::Format::Flexible instead; with any luck that will resolve the issue for a while. All the best, Tim On Thu Apr 10 15:54:47 2014, SREZIC wrote: Show quoted text
> The DateTime::Format::DateManip dependency is a little bit > problematic, as its test suite is nowadays always failing (see > http://matrix.cpantesters.org/?dist=DateTime-Format-DateManip%200.04 > for an overview), and so automatic installation using CPAN.pm is not > possibly without special options ("notest" or "force"). As the problem > persists for some time (the module was not updated since ten years, it > seems), it's maybe better to find another alternative? > > Regards, > Slaven


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