I've got a great deal of output from the tester including his -v output but that is from perl -v and given what you've said I assume you mean something else? I noticed the Find-A-Tester link and planned on that as my next step but was holding out for suggestions on intelligent questions to ask. Last time I had a problem like this was before the testers had their act together (the one who failed me didn't have the necessary modules installed but insisted it was my fault :) ) And yes, this is the current version of Chess::PGN::EPD actually not quite current version (mine is always better he he!)
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