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Re: commit-email.pl getting harder to install

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-07-07 09:06:10 CEST

Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com> writes:
> It'll be with 5.8.0 when it comes out.

Uh, okay...

We already depend on bleeding edge everything and its cousin. Let's
not make something as simple as commit emails depend on bleeding edge
Perl too :-).

> > Perhaps it is either obsolete or *very* bleeding-edge? :-)
> Storable's been around since 1997.

No, I meant Test::More, which was the one I couldn't find.

> You can find it in
> http://www.cpan.org/authors/id/A/AM/AMS/
> Here's an index of all the modules.
> http://www.cpan.org/modules/01modules.index.html

Yes, and "Test-More" is not in that list :-). (I think you were
pointing me to Storable, which I already found, thanks.)

> Use CPAN :) I'd rather use Storable for cleanliness of the code,
> but if enough people have an issue with it, I'll look into using
> Data::Dumper. It's not as ideal, but Data::Dumper has been
> shipping with Perl forever.

Well, I hate to ask you to use a less nice solution, but on the other
hand, right now installing commit-email.pl is kind of a pain. (In
fact, it's impossible until we know the location of Test::More :-) ).
At the very least, we need to give URLs where people can get the

Still, I have to admit the Data::Dumper solution does sound most
attractive right now. Commit emails are kind of important, it would
be nice if they were *really* easy to set up...


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