[freeside] CPAN make test fail - File::CounterFile & Apache::ASP - FreeBSD4.6 Stable
curtis at maurand.com
Thu Oct 17 20:58:57 PDT 2002
Too bad about ASP being required. I think on Apache it allows you to
embed perl in the page, correct? I'm loath to anything that emulates
M$. PHP is your friend. Tastes great. Less filling.
----- Original Message -----
From: <ivan at 420.am>
To: <ivan-freeside at sisd.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2002 10:57 PM
Subject: Re: [freeside] CPAN make test fail - File::CounterFile &
Apache::ASP - FreeBSD4.6 Stable
> On Thu, Oct 17, 2002 at 04:24:40PM -0400, Peter LaForest wrote:
> > Hello,
> > While using CPAN to make/install the required perl modules
> > I ran into trouble with two modules:
> > File::CounterFile - failed 90% of first round tests and 50% of
> > was not able to find documentation in this problem. I forced
> > went on.
> Since neither the File::CounterFile CPAN testers page
> the bug page
> show any known issues with File::CounterFile, I suggest you submit
> test results to CPAN testers and/or file a bug. The appropriate
> for assistance installing File::CounterFile is the
> comp.lang.perl.modules newgroup.
> > Apache::ASP - failed 1 test, t/taint_check.t : status 2 wait 512.
> > install.
> The appropriate forum for assistance installing Apache::ASP is the
> Apache::ASP mailing list. <http://www.apache-asp.org/support.html>
> > If anyone can offer information on how this would impact freeside
> Freeside depends on the functionality provided by these modules. If
> they don't pass their own test suites, I don't think it is
> to expect Freeside to run.
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