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t/anynum.t test failures #1

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eserte opened this Issue Jan 5, 2018 · 2 comments

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eserte commented Jan 5, 2018

On some systems (freebsd 9.2, freebsd 11.0, debian jessie) the test suite fails:

#   Failed test at t/anynum.t line 215.
#          got: '2.62550657522387017433921906805091153104285164589 -0.134463574038477498677542285560005086918012804483'
#     expected: '-0.516086078365923064123424315228591353154317753489 -0.134463574038477498677542285560005086918012804483'

Observation: the difference of the first component is π

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eserte Jan 5, 2018

I think now that not the operating system is the problem, but a too old version of Math::AnyNum.

eserte commented Jan 5, 2018

I think now that not the operating system is the problem, but a too old version of Math::AnyNum.

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trizen Jan 5, 2018

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Hi. Thanks for reporting. There was a minor issue in the atan2() function in Math::AnyNum (fixed in version 0.20), which caused this test to fail.

Installing Math::AnyNum v0.20 should make the test pass.

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trizen commented Jan 5, 2018

Hi. Thanks for reporting. There was a minor issue in the atan2() function in Math::AnyNum (fixed in version 0.20), which caused this test to fail.

Installing Math::AnyNum v0.20 should make the test pass.

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