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If you look at my CPANTS page:
You'll see there's only one dist with a warning that isn't is_prereq: Business-CCCheck, which fails "has known license in source file".
But if I run cpants_lint.pl on the dist it says:
Checked dist Business-CCCheck-0.09.tar.gz
Kwalitee rating 146.67% (22/15)
Congratulations for building a 'perfect' distribution!
And if I read the pod into a string and call:
my @guesses = Software::LicenseUtils->guess_license_from_pod($source);
Then I get:
The metadata for the dist says LICENSE => 'gpl_2', and text of the lead module has the right text for GPL 2.
LICENSE => 'gpl_2'
There is another module in the dist that has a funny licensing situation, but my understanding of the doc is that it's down to the lead module?
added a test case for #44
has_known_license_in_source_file should pass if any of the modules in…
… a distribution has known license.
- not all of them need to have known license (at least now)
- should fix cpants/www-cpants#44
Fixed the module and added a test. Wait a few days (or a bit more as it's taking more time then expected to regenerate CPANTS databases) until this fix actually takes effect on the site.