Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #padre, 2013-05-19

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13:30 dotan I'm installing a new perl (compiled from source) and I'm wondering if I can install Padre from CPAN for it. Does my perl need to be compiled with threads or in some other non-standard way? (I'm on Linux, some version of CentOS)
13:32 dotan Also, I've got home directories mounted via NFS on multiple machines, which AFAIK causes horrid problems with sqlite.
13:34 bowtie dotan,  hi
13:34 bowtie yes you need threads
13:35 bowtie eg -> perlbrew install perl-5.xx.x -Dusethreads
13:35 bowtie suggest you go for 5.16.3 as Padre works against that
13:37 bowtie dotan, we will start testing against perl-5.18.0 when all our dependencies and there’s run :)
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14:19 dotan thanks, bowtie. I built 5.16.3 last week, I'll build the threaded version as well.
14:33 bowtie dotan, ok
14:56 bowtie dotan, this may be of interest to you -> http://padre.perlide.org/t​rac/wiki/DownloadPerlbrew
15:01 bowtie dod, ping
15:03 bowtie dod, info, I just had to re-install openssl-dev on ubuntu 13.04 as the upgrade from 12.10 removed it, thus CPAN reporter did not install on perl-5.18.0, any ideas why, do you know any of there devs, to kick :)
15:04 bowtie dod, I will check backlog for replys :)
15:10 dotan Thanks. I use cpanm and I use perlbrew elsewhere (I looked at its source to see how list-modules works).
15:14 bowtie dotan, O a cpanm user, ok, what about -> https://metacpan.org/module/GARU/App-cpa​nminus-reporter-0.09/bin/cpanm-reporter
16:20 dotan I installed and ran it (cpanm-reporter); can I run it while cpanm is working? I've got a command line that feeds cpanm a long list of modules one at a time with xargs, and this will probably take longer than 30 minutes to run.
16:27 bowtie dotan, I think so, but lets ask :)
16:27 bowtie garu, ping
16:30 dotan Also, if I hit Ctrl-C when running cpanm, I guess it doesn't copy its build.log to latest-build, and cpanm-reporter is sad.
16:32 dotan (leaving now, will see what needs reinstall tomorrow). Thanks
16:32 bowtie dotan, we should wait to see if garu is around, other wise e-mail him
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17:04 garu hello
17:05 garu bowtie, dotan cpanm-reporter feeds itself on cpanm's build.log, so it needs that finished before it can run
17:05 garu before using, of course, you should make sure you have everything set, so please run "cpanm-reporter --setup" before anything else
17:06 garu that said, if you have a bash script or something you can safely add cpanm-reporter after cpanm
17:06 garu for example, cpanm X, Y, Z && cpanm-reporter
17:06 bowtie garu, hi
17:06 garu bowtie: hi! :D
17:07 bowtie garu, thanks for that, I to am in the process of using it for my initial builds, as cpan reporter can not report on it's self
17:08 bowtie garu, are you going to yapc::na ?
17:08 garu yup :)
17:08 garu you?
17:10 bowtie no, to far away, but would like to in the future, when they stop building bike sheds in the run up :)
17:11 garu bowtie: too far away?
17:11 garu you realize I'm coming from Rio, don't you? :D
17:11 bowtie yes, plus empty pockets at present :(
17:11 garu :/
17:13 bowtie garu, are you hoping in future that cpanm-reporter will be part of cpanm and enabled by default
17:13 garu I'm working with miyagawa towards that goal
17:14 garu but it needs some trimming
17:14 bowtie cool
17:14 garu the idea is that, if App::cpanminus::reporter is installed, it will be used automatically by cpanm from the inside, giving even better reports and a seamless experience
17:15 garu but there's still some things that need to be worked on before we get to that
17:15 garu who knows, maybe in the not so distant future :)
17:15 bowtie ok, so it will be a recommends of cpanm
17:18 garu maybe... let's see :)
17:19 bowtie are you presenting this year, or going to be the enforcer :)
17:20 garu meh, I decided to just attend this one for a change :)
17:21 garu I don't think I've ever been to a Perl conference without a talk
17:21 bowtie garu, have a great time in the shadows
17:21 garu and, of course, I might give a lightning talk at some point
17:21 garu but I'm not putting any pressure on myself this time :D
17:21 garu bowtie: thanks! wish you could be there
17:26 dod bowtie: regarding openssl-dev, I've no idea. I can't even find this package (or a similar) one on Debian
17:26 bowtie dod, hi, I might not have the correct name I will recheck,  now
17:28 bowtie dod, sorry, package is called 'libssl-dev' in synaptic
17:29 dod ok. let me see
17:30 bowtie dod, this is a heads up, as I had to reinstall after upgrade from 12.10 to 13.04
17:31 dod ok.
17:32 bowtie dod, any feebback on D-C-0.25_08 are the version better for you
17:33 dod Anyway, on my system, libssl-dev  1.0.1e-2 depends on libssl1.0.0 with version 1.0.1e-2. So upgrading libssl may uninstall libssl-dev. This removal may be easy to miss when upgrading
17:33 dod
17:33 dod what is D-C ?
17:34 bowtie dod, thanks for the logic, it may affect others re perl module dependencies
17:34 bowtie dod, D-C as in -> Debug-Client-0.25_08
17:34 dod libssl-dev was removed because you probably don't have any package depending on it.
17:35 dod ah ok.
17:36 bowtie dod, I did, it was stopping me from re-installing CPAN reporter on perl 5.18.0
17:38 dod ok. I've not tried D-C-0.25_08. I tend to avoid dev release :-p
17:39 bowtie dod, that is ok, :)
17:40 bowtie dod but you could do just a cpan test module :)
17:42 dod nah, I'm already knee deep in fixing http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-b​in/bugreport.cgi?bug=707565
17:43 bowtie dod, ok, thanks for info
17:43 dod BTW, one of padre test fails on our chrooted build system. I've patched the test: http://patch-tracker.debian.org/patch/ser​ies/view/padre/0.98+dfsg-1/fix-mime-test
17:44 bowtie dod can you push that in to trunk please
17:45 dod err, am I allowed to push on padre repo ?
17:46 bowtie dod, sorry to much git, svn commit
17:47 dod my repo URL begins with 'http', so that's not good to commit....
17:49 bowtie dod, ok I will add to Padre trunk and add dod++ to changes
17:49 bowtie dod++
17:49 dod ok thanks
17:51 bowtie dod, http://padre.perlide.org/trac/ticket/1504
17:51 bowtie dod, is this the correct ticket to close
18:01 bowtie dod done r19761
18:01 botbot Changeset #19761 http://padre.perlide.org/trac/changeset/19761
18:18 bowtie dod, still fails against perl-5.18.0 and svn 1.7
18:18 bowtie dod what versions of svn did you test against
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18:43 dod bowtie: err. there's no svn on the chrooted build env
18:43 bowtie dod, ok
18:44 dod I also have svn 1.7.9 on my system
18:44 bowtie dod, it's on my list to look at
18:44 bowtie but it fails against padre trunk
18:46 bowtie dod, the issue is speed gained by initial methods checking against svn dir structure, If i recall from my last poke around :)
18:46 dod ok. I'll retest that on my side tomorrow
18:47 bowtie dod, I think it's ok for a normal user, but fails for a Padre dev with trunk and svn 1.7.x
18:48 dod ok. I've tested it while building debian package (in a git repo)
18:50 bowtie dod, when I run prove -l t/12_mime.t against trunk it fails
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