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Thanks to the CPAN tester by the name David Cantrell, he allowed me to log into his system using a test account.

Issue is resolved. I'm going to release an update. Inside, added writeable check -w '/dev/shm' $_tmp_dir_base = ($_use_dev_shm && -d '/dev/shm' && -w '/dev/shm') ? '/dev/shm' : '/tmp'; Also in test script, also added writeable check -w '/dev/shm' use_ok('MCE::Signal', qw( $tmp_dir -use_dev_shm )); if (! exists $ENV{TEMP} && -d '/dev/shm' && -w '/dev/shm') ...

I feel so terribly bad that MCE is causing smoke testing to hang out there. I'm thankful for David Cantrell who reported on the issue to me via an email.

Do any folks have stories where something like this such as stalling smoke testing? Oh, how I feel horrific at the moment. :(

MCE 1.103 should be up on CPAN momentarily.


In reply to Re: I received a report that MCE is hanging for a CPAN smoke tester and possibly others [SOLVED] by marioroy
in thread I received a report that MCE is hanging for a CPAN smoke tester and possibly others [SOLVED] by marioroy

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