The find() subroutines were using next rather than return.
quite a long time, and I don't forsee having time to bring it back soon.
cross my fingers. If this works out, it'll eliminate the last use of POE::Preprocessor, and I'll finally get to spin it off into a separate distribution.
ActiveState's PPD builder. ActiveState's builder is still trivially broken months (years?) after I reported that ExtUtils::AutoInstall needs a configured CPAN.pm. So I give up. The questionnaire is replaced by a simple list of missing or outdated dependancies. ExtUtils::MakeMaker will still enforce our few hard requirements.
it's "nmake" or a cabbage or something on systems with nonstandard build tools.
calling Makefile.PL multiple times with different parameters. This was causing the multiple "wanna run network tests?" questions. Now we skip the network tests prompt if Makefile.PL is being run again by ExtUtils::AutoInstall.
target versions before that.
reportupload" at the end of Makefile.PL. It may be better to ask at the end of "make test" but I'm not in the mood to hack Makefile through Makefile.PL right now.
and into the base Makefile.PL. This is the code that skips interaction if STDIN isn't a terminal, or if --default is specified.
changes to the install and distribution scripts.
lib. Developers and just plain folk who have CVS trees will need to remove their lib directories and "cvs update -dP ." to reflect the new mylib directory. There will be more files moved around shortly.
time in the same scope as the ST_TIME <dngnand> This is the 0.22 bug? <sky> yes <sky> the bug exists in non threaded and threaded perl <sky> but because threaded perl keeps constants on the pad, it actually shows <dngnand> Oh! Does it also do this in blead, then? <sky> no, but maintblead <sky> blead fixes it <sky> but blead has mucho rewritten pad handling <dngnand> Do you think this is something that will bite regular POE/Perl users? <sky> not in 0.23+ <dngnand> I'll remove the warning from Makefile.PL, then.
so people can digest it.
pre-5.005_05 for testing.
…alled some private files that ought not have been installed