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I saw your presentation on Pinto to the Los Angeles Perl Mongers, and thought it was great. I'm glad to see it's matured to the point that you're comfortable making a more official announcement. It seems like a good solution to several issues I've been dealing with lately, in fact.

Your "presentation" link didn't work for me; I had to search within the yapc na 2012 channel to find the presentation.

One barrier to entry is the dependency chain itself (ironically). When I first saw your Perl Mongers presentation, I went to install it and found more than one item in the dependency list that wouldn't install without force. This time it's DateTime, which fails on t/30future-tz.t, test 7: "Make sure we can add 750 years worth of days in Europe/London time zone". (Things are not looking good for London; somewhere between now and 750 years from now an untold disaster will warp their time fabric.) When I force the install of that module all is ok (at least from the comfort of Los Angeles TZ ;).

Update: For the record, this is on Ubuntu 12.04LTS with a perlbrew 64-bit build of Perl 5.16.1.


Dave


In reply to Re: Announcing: Pinto by davido
in thread Announcing: Pinto by jthalhammer

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