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Since I didn't know that the problem was not with PAUSE until the node mentioning the patch, I'm not sure that the title wasn't accurate at that point in time. Vague perhaps, but still accurate. A quibble and your point is taken.

I probably should have phrased that better, thanks :)

With the information contained in your question, and the guidance of How do I compose an effective node title?, effective titles might be:

  • FAIL Chess-PGN-EPD-0.25 v5.12.3 MirOS BSD
  • tester fail cpansmoke/perl-5.12.3/cpan/build/Chess-PGN-EPD-0.25
  • Chess-PGN-EPD-0.25/t/01_epdcode.t Non-zero exit status
  • Chess-PGN-EPD-0.25/t/01_epdcode.t Parse errors: Bad plan
  • Chess-PGN-EPD-0.25 Failed 7/8 test programs
  • problem testing Chess-PGN-EPD-0.25
  • Chess-PGN-EPD-0.25 subtest not run on MirOS BSD
"PAUSE problem" makes me think there is a bug PAUSE

In reply to Re^3: PAUSE problem by Anonymous Monk
in thread PAUSE problem by hsmyers

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