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Just to get you started, a list of dists with failures on the Windows platform in cpantesters within the last month.

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use feature 'say'; use DateTime; use Mojo::UserAgent; #!/Summary/v3_summary_all my $url = ''; # just an example, the last month my $date = DateTime->now->add( months => -1 )->iso8601.'Z'; my $osname = 'mswin32'; my $grade = 'fail'; my $ua = Mojo::UserAgent->new; my $res = $ua->get( "$url?osname=$osname&grade=$grade&since=$date" )-> +res->json; say "$osname $grade since $date"; foreach my $fail ( @{$res} ){ say "$fail->{dist} failed on $fail->{perl}"; }


mswin32 fail since 2020-01-19T16:45:05Z Config-Registry failed on 5.20.1 ExtUtils-MakeMaker failed on 5.22.1 Config-Registry failed on 5.18.2 Config-Registry failed on 5.18.2 CBOR-Free failed on 5.18.2 MySQL-ORM failed on 5.18.2 MySQL-ORM failed on 5.12.2 Metabolomics-Fragment-Annotation failed on 5.18.2 MySQL-ORM failed on 5.20.1 Config-Registry failed on 5.12.2 Class-Refresh failed on 5.18.2 .....

In reply to Re^3: Percentage of MS Windows Perl Users by marto
in thread Percentage of MS Windows Perl Users by thechartist

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