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Re: Installing XML::Parser

by PodMaster (Abbot)
on Jun 24, 2006 at 23:34 UTC ( #557405=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Installing XML::Parser

But make test doesn't like me. I tried going through the test file itself but couldn't make heads nor tails of it... Any advice much appreciated!
You should've seen an additional message:
Failed 1/14 test scripts, 92.86%okay. 3/130 subtests failed, 97.69% okay. .
That should give you enough courage to go ahead and install XML-Parser :)

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Re^2: Installing XML::Parser
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 26, 2006 at 03:44 UTC
    But... but... testing isn't a percentage-kinda game! If this fails on something critical I could get hosed. At the very least I need to figure out what kinda stuff I should watch out for, right?

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[Corion]: Oh yay. The (external, not guided by me) programmers have chosen Moose+DBIx::Class for some implementation, and now seem to do 1+n SELECT statements for each row, as is usual when using ORMs.
[Corion]: So maybe I should investigate how to plug in a cache in front of DBIx::Class so I can do a ->selectall_hashre f and then satisfy the "sub"-selects from that cached single SELECT statement ...

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