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Re^9: Unusual sorting requirements; comparing three implementations.

by BrowserUk (Pope)
on Oct 25, 2012 at 04:59 UTC ( #1000760=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^8: Unusual sorting requirements; comparing three implementations.
in thread Unusual sorting requirements; comparing three implementations.

I'm not really sure what that lot is meant to tell me?

Class::XSAccessor is installed and where Moo (via Method::Generate::Accessor) should find it:

C:\test>perl -MClass::XSAccessor -mused -e1 C:/perl64/lib/Carp.pm : 1.11 C:/perl64/lib/Exporter.pm : 5.63 C:/perl64/lib/XSLoader.pm : 0.10 C:/perl64/lib/strict.pm : 1.04 C:/perl64/lib/warnings.pm : 1.06 C:/perl64/site/lib/Class/XSAccessor.pm : 1.13 C:/perl64/site/lib/Class/XSAccessor/Heavy.pm : N/A C:/perl64/site/lib/sitecustomize.pl : N/A C:/perl64/site/lib/used.pm : N/A C:\test>head -14 \perl64\site\lib\Method\Generate\Accessor.pm package Method::Generate::Accessor; use strictures 1; use Moo::_Utils; use base qw(Moo::Object); use Sub::Quote; use B 'perlstring'; BEGIN { our $CAN_HAZ_XS = !$ENV{MOO_XS_DISABLE} && _maybe_load_module('Class::XSAccessor') && (eval { Class::XSAccessor->VERSION('1.07') }) C:\test>

If it isn't, that's its bug; and quite frankly I have no interest is debugging over complicated and pointless modules I have no use for.


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Re^10: Unusual sorting requirements; comparing three implementations.
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 25, 2012 at 08:06 UTC

    I'm not really sure what that lot is meant to tell me?

    You're trying too hard, its just another data point

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