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Well, I been trying to get this work for the past two days, re installing dependencies, updating modules, but I haven't found any solution. install command line:

You can install a module with failing test, you either skip the tests, or you force install, or both cpan -f -i -T DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader

You get to decide if this bug affects you -- if you're a programmer and experience problems with your app after the update, don't forget about these failing tests, don't forget to check the changelog/changes

Also, don't forget to inform the author of the module about failing tests -- they usually care about those :)


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In reply to Re: DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader installation fails (skip tests, force install) by Anonymous Monk
in thread DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader installation fails by epsilonZero

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