Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #pr-challenge, 2016-10-08

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08:19 ptc ether: thanks for your answer!
08:20 ptc you're right, Makefile.PL is the right place for platform-specific code.  I guess I was too focussed on getting the platform handling in the META so that the CPANTS/Kwalitee issue is dealt with
08:22 ptc namely, CPANTS was complaining that META.yml didn't agree with use; using OSPrereqs (or similar) won't stop CPANTS from complaining though, will it?
08:24 ptc re: Makefile.PL; I'd misread/misunderstood the docs and consequently thought that the platform-specific change was made on the maintainer's system, and not transferred to the end user
08:25 ptc after more digging around last night I worked out that actually OSPrereqs does what the end user really wants, and so that's probably the best solution
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18:25 ether ptc: correct, cpants will continue to complain. prereq_matches_use is one of the metrics that isn't always valid, as it can't know that some bits of code are only run in certain special circumstances.
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