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Module Installation Failure

by aartist (Monk)
on Oct 10, 2011 at 21:05 UTC ( #930705=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
aartist has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:


I am installing Catalyst::Controller::LeakTracker module on GNU/Linux (Perl 5.8.8) and I am getting following error message while running the tests.

# Failed test 'mentions leaked request' # at t/01-basic.t line 19. # 'Template::Declare::Tag=CODE(0x10d2cf90)' # doesn't match '(?-xism:leak_something)'

There are more failed tests too with almost similar messages. How I can resolve these?


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Re: Module Installation Failure
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 11, 2011 at 03:31 UTC

    How I can resolve these?

    Report it upstream (the output of perl -Mblib t/failing_test.t), to developer/maintainer of Catalyst::Controller

    You can still install the module by either skipping tests, or forcing the install. You will rarely run into issues in use, if a distros test suite has a pass rate above 90%

    Your title should probably include "Catalyst::Controller::LeakTracer" and "leak_something", see How do I compose an effective node title?,

      I have 7 out of 12 test failed, so even after installation, it is not useful. I am getting almost similar report as previously reported at CPAN Testers website. All the reports are here. What should be my next step?

        Same as before, report upstream :)

        Or fix it :)

Re: Module Installation Failure
by FunkyMonk (Canon) on Oct 11, 2011 at 15:12 UTC
      I installed varoius versions of Template::Declare and LeakTracker, but there is no solution so far. Only thing that remained constant is Perl Version

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