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Specify minimum required versions of Heap::Simple* modules #13

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paultcochrane commented Feb 7, 2015

This will stop users from installing outdated versions of these modules and
at the same time address the two CPAN testers failures, which were caused by
the tester having installed an outdated version of Heap::Simple (version 0.6
instead of version 0.13), which in turn had caused the false negatives for
Set::IntSpan::Partition.

Specify minimum required versions of Heap::Simple* modules
This will stop users from installing outdated versions of these modules and
at the same time address the two CPAN testers failures, which were caused by
the tester having installed an outdated version of Heap::Simple (version 0.6
instead of version 0.13), which in turn had caused the false negatives for
Set::IntSpan::Partition.

hoehrmann added a commit that referenced this pull request Feb 7, 2015

Merge pull request #13 from paultcochrane/pr/set_minimum_heap_simple_…
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Specify minimum required versions of Heap::Simple* modules

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Further to this topic, Neil Bowers recommended that one should ask for removal of the erroneous failures on CPAN testers. There are notes about how to do this on https://admin.cpantesters.org. In particular:

"For authors, if you feel a report has been sent in error, please login using your PAUSE account details, and highlight the reports that you feel should not have been recorded within the CPAN Testers system."

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paultcochrane commented Feb 7, 2015

Further to this topic, Neil Bowers recommended that one should ask for removal of the erroneous failures on CPAN testers. There are notes about how to do this on https://admin.cpantesters.org. In particular:

"For authors, if you feel a report has been sent in error, please login using your PAUSE account details, and highlight the reports that you feel should not have been recorded within the CPAN Testers system."

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