some reason poll() returns POLLNVAL when multiplexing TTYs.
that were closed.
…2 installs correctly from CPAN as a dependency on Vanilla/Strawberry now.
While technically correct, it catches the kind of error that arises in early development and isn't all that hard to figure out. Amended the PUBLIC FILTER METHODS documentation in POE::Filter to recommend inheriting some base methods from POE::Filter rather than implementing all of them in every subclass. Resolves rt.cpan.org 22633, reported by Joel Bernstein.
rt.cpan.org 20918 by Joel Bernstein.
consistent number of decimal places so that they are both lexically and numerically monotonic.
it because it looks useful, but it's not part of POE's distribution yet.
likely failing because of missing dependencies, and other tests will fail if they're actually broken.
regular expression that captures text. Improves test compatibility with legacy versions of Perl.
people have expressed confusion and concern about this so far.
POE_TEST_POD and POE_TEST_POD_STRICT is gone.
Removed one POE::Kernel method: queue_peek_alarms() Renamed others to internal methods: POE::Session::register_state() POE::NFA::register_state() POE::Wheel::ReadLine::search() POE::Kernel::finalize_kernel()
restored when programs exit.
Works around a "Bizarre SvTYPE " panic under these conditions.
ActivePerl and not including the same modules.
18392. Collateral damage: POE::Loop::Event's signal handler callbacks have been replaced by POE::Loop::PerlSignals. Also added keyword expansion metadata to various files that need it.
sig() handler will not be sufficient to keep a session alive. This reverses a design decision that was in place for about nine months. A subsequent release will reintroduce the feature, but hopefully in a way that doesn't break prior existing code.
exception list in tests/10_units/01_pod/02_pod_coverage.t
an inferior termcap. Resolves issues discovered by Chris Williams in http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.cpan.testers/347151
certain methods as private. Also added a "strict" mode that doesn't skip over the methods temporarily considered private while we figure out whether they should really be so. Also removed tabs while I was in there. Curse you, tabs! Removed new() methods from classes that are really uninstantiated mixins. Calling a nonexistent method is semantically about the same as calling a constructor that only exists to croak. Had to remove tests for the croaks as well. Documented select_pause_read() and select_resume_read(). Added leading underscores to a bunch of helper functions and methods that should really have been private. There are more to come, but their privacy status is less obvious.