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Re^2: How to verify DBIx::Class::Schema::Versioned upgrade scripts.

by ww (Archbishop)
on Feb 10, 2014 at 23:07 UTC ( #1074322=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: How to verify DBIx::Class::Schema::Versioned upgrade scripts.

  1. You've posted as a reply to another Seeker's question. That's unhelpful to the other Seeker and unlikely to get you anything more than full explanation Corion has already provided.
  2. You don't seem to have bothered to read the suggestions about how to get the best value out of the Monastery. Please read and heed How do I post a question effectively?, On asking for help and at least sample PerlMonks FAQ.
  3. Most questions are better posed with (a minimal) code sample, error messages and/or warnings if any, and a narrative description of why what you've written doesn't satisfy your intent. (Obviously,that's not relevant here but the instructions at the text-entry box directing you to use <code>...code tags </code> around code and data, including error messages are on-target.)

The Monks are generous in offering help... but at least some of us are quite picky about two points: 'Use proper markup' and 'show some effort' (as in -- show your problem code. These points are discussed further in the recommended reading above.

Come, let us reason together: Spirit of the Monastery
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[marinersk]: I saw that you could post it on the Personal Nodelet, but you have to provide the content also. No way to auto-populate it. Not that this would solve my distraction problem...
[LanX]: there are template variables to "Auto-populate" it
[marinersk]: Yeah, someday I might become interested enough to poke around PerlMonks more internally. Most of the fancy stuff is way down on my to do list.
[LanX]: Yeah ...
[LanX]: no variable for votes_left
[marinersk]: Ah, well. I will continue to deal with it, as I have. Thanks for poking about, though.
[LanX]: you are welcome! :)
[marinersk]: LanX, your link to Darmstadt on your Home Node is broken.

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