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From Barry King <ba...@wyrdwright.com>
Subject Recent problem with Apache::Test v. 1.19
Date Thu, 13 Jan 2005 17:37:50 GMT

Hello:

I cannot test Apache::Test version 1.19 on Debian woody (5.006001) 
because of problems compiling Cwd on perl 5.6.  However, it does 
compile on darwin (5.008001).

FYI -- a strange result comes up when using Cwd during the test on 
darwin:

----------------------------------------------
use strict;
use warnings;
no warnings qw(uninitialized);
use Cwd;
use Apache::Test;
use Apache::TestUtil;
use Apache::TestRequest qw(GET_BODY GET_OK);
use Apache::Wyrd::Services::Index;
my $directory = getcwd();
$directory = "$directory/t" if (-d 't');

my $count = &count;
print "1..$count\n";

my $index = undef;

print "not " unless (GET_OK '/13.html');
print "ok 1 - Index creation\n";

[.......]

it fails at the first invocation of GET_OK with the error that the top 
directory is not exported by the lib module (Apache::TestConfig invokes 
lib->(<top directory>).  I can circumvent it by invoking:

eval 'use lib <top directory>'

before calling GET_<FOO>, but this is a little kludgy.

BK


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