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Re^2: Why Does Test::Deep Kill Test::Class

by Ovid (Cardinal)
on Jun 20, 2008 at 14:30 UTC ( #693168=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Why Does Test::Deep Kill Test::Class
in thread Why Does Test::Deep Kill Test::Class

Sheesh. I was checking RT bugs and Changelogs, but somehow didn't think about Google :)

Updating Test::Deep solved this. Thanks. (Whew!)

What a painfully long day this is.


New address of my CGI Course.

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Re^3: Why Does Test::Deep Kill Test::Class
by fergal (Chaplain) on Jun 20, 2008 at 14:46 UTC

    This and some other stuff are the root of my hatred of default exports (and the lack of a nice way to use things without exports at all).

      A bit late reply, sorry, but I find "()" to be quite nice. You just have to cultivate the habit of using it.

        () would be fine if you didn't then have to type

        use Foo::Bar::Woz::Snuts (); Foo::Bar::Woz::Snuts::Wibble($x, $y)

        Python gets it right (well better at least) with

        from import snuts; snuts.wibble(x, y)

        and suchlike. This is pretty much impossible in Perl due to symbol table access being absolute, not relative.

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