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Yes, I did, after reading Moose test file I was pointed to, which also uses MetaCPAN::API. By that time my own script already worked.

Moose does have a good reason to roll its own. Look at the list of expected failures, which they nicely documented.

I used the modules I already had available and did not realize I also had MetaCPAN::API installed. Now I do.

I see a value for all three approaches. Maybe I'll simplify to using Test::DependentModules now that I am aware of it. I did look, but probably typoed on Dependant :/

$ modlist depending $ modlist dependant Module name Description + Version Statistics::DependantTTest $ modlist dependent Module name Description + Version MooseX::Attribute::Dependent MooseX::Attribute::Dependent::Meta::Role::ApplicationToClass MooseX::Attribute::Dependent::Meta::Role::ApplicationToRole MooseX::Attribute::Dependent::Meta::Role::Attribute MooseX::Attribute::Dependent::Meta::Role::Class MooseX::Attribute::Dependent::Meta::Role::Composite MooseX::Attribute::Dependent::Meta::Role::Method::Accessor MooseX::Attribute::Dependent::Meta::Role::Method::Constructor MooseX::Attribute::Dependent::Meta::Role::Role Mpp::BuildCheck::architecture_independent Test::DependentModules WAIT::Table::Independent $

My English can probably be improved a lot


Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re^2: Will I break CPAN? by Tux
in thread Will I break CPAN? by Tux

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