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Appveyor changes to extend testing #38

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lancew commented Oct 1, 2017

Addressing #36 issue #36 and done as part of the #CPAN-PRC.

This set of commits uses berrybrew in Appveyor to test against other versions.
I have it close to working for Activestate Perl, but not quite.

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Address dependency issues in Appveyor config
This commit installs some CPAN dependencies that were causing the
builds to fail. Could still do with some clean up
Add cpanm and MinGW for ActiveState perl
ActiveState fails and I am struggling to make it pass.
So I am removing it for now. :-(
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Thank you very kindly! Mucking with Appveyor is among my least favorite activities and you've improved the testing coverage for AB on windows. I chose to allow failures on activestate until I can figure out the problem there instead of not testing it, but otherwise used your changes unmodified.

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plicease commented Oct 2, 2017

Thank you very kindly! Mucking with Appveyor is among my least favorite activities and you've improved the testing coverage for AB on windows. I chose to allow failures on activestate until I can figure out the problem there instead of not testing it, but otherwise used your changes unmodified.

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Glad to help in some small way, yeah messing with Appveyor was not real fun. I had tried (and failed) to allow the failures as you did, so pleased to see how to do it. :-)

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lancew commented Oct 2, 2017

Glad to help in some small way, yeah messing with Appveyor was not real fun. I had tried (and failed) to allow the failures as you did, so pleased to see how to do it. :-)

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