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Re: (XML::Parser) Finding and fixing a bug

by vek (Prior)
on Apr 19, 2003 at 21:05 UTC ( #251710=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to (XML::Parser) Finding and fixing a bug

First of all, Juerd++, great detective work.

If anyone knows how to contact Clark Cooper, please send him this page so the problem can be fixed in the real distribution.

I think that Clark Cooper has all but disappeared from the face of the earth. There was a thread on the perl-xml mailing list at the beginning of this year regarding that very problem. I know that matts offered to maintain the module but I've since dropped off the list and don't know how much further that went.

Try posting your findings to the mailing list and see who bites...

-- vek --


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Re: Re: (XML::Parser) Finding and fixing a bug
by PodMaster (Abbot) on Apr 20, 2003 at 06:25 UTC
    I don't buy it. XML-Paser-3.21 was released April 02, 2002. Sure, today is April 19 (PST), and if Clark has been MIA until today, but being MIA for 17 days is not cause for alarm.

    update: D'oh, I see, 2002 (thanks grantm, what's wrong with me). Somebody ought to takeover maintenance then (it's been enough talk, it's time for action), or at least create an emergency release.


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      XML-Parser-3.21? Surely you mean XML-Parser 2.31 :-)

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