I just added the following line to the end of facts.t:
ok( $pg->gnarfle( qw/ foo bar baz /), '... this should still match
ok( $pg->gnarfle( qw/ foo tac toe /), '... as should this.' );
The first one fails (as you said it would). I updated the number of tests and, for a lark, ran this against an older copy. Still fails. Bummer. Working on a fix now. Wish I knew how I missed that one.
Update: Quick fix, fortunately. I needed to test to see if I had an array ref there to ensure that I added to it rather than overwriting it. You can download the new code (with updated tests) here.
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