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Here it has 0% chance on success, as it uses modules that depend on modules (that depend on modules ...) that are blocked (forbidden) by company rules/standards.

So yes, the dependency tree is too heavy.

$ cpan Web::Magic : : Result: FAIL Failed 5/5 test programs. 2/3 subtests failed. make: *** [test_dynamic] Error 2 TOBYINK/Web-Magic-0.006.tar.gz 9 dependencies missing (HTML::HTML5::Writer,XML::LibXML::QuerySelector +,JSON::JOM,HTML::HTML5::Parser,JSON::JOM::Plugins::Dumper,RDF::RDFa:: +Parser,AnyEvent::HTTP,JSON::JOM::Plugins::JsonPath,common::sense); ad +ditionally test harness failed /usr/bin/make test -- NOT OK

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re^4: Web::Magic 0.005 by Tux
in thread Web::Magic 0.005 by tobyink

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