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From Joshua Chamas <jos...@chamas.com>
Subject Re: Install problem - ASP-2.11
Date Mon, 11 Jun 2001 20:48:30 GMT
As mentioned in a separate email, a parser optimization
released in v2.11 broke Apache::ASP under perl 5.6.1.
The fix will be released soon in v2.15

--Josh

"John D. Leonard II" wrote:
> 
> All:
> 
> > I'll revert back perl 5.6.0 and see if ASP 2.11 works.
> 
> ASP 2.11 works with the following configuration:
>   linux 7.1
>   apache 1.3.20
>   mod_perl 1.25
>   perl 5.6.0
> 
> Upgrading to perl 5.6.1 breaks 2.11, but ASP 2.09 continues work.
> 
> NOTES:
> 
> 1) During the installation of the necessary modules to get ASP 2.11 to work
> (e.g., FreezeThaw, MLDBM, libwww, libnet, Apache::Filter, Apache::SSI, to
> name a few - I didn't keep track) several perl modules failed a few tests
> under 5.6.1.  I looked into a few of these tests (in the respective t/*.t
> files) and they appeared fine to me.  I went ahead and "forced" install
> without any apparent negative impacts.
> 
> 2) Further, reverting back to 5.6.0 and continuing to use the latest version
> of some modules (e.g., the modules automatically picked by CPAN,) also
> generates some failed tests during "make test."  Apparently, some module
> "updates" for 5.6.1 break the modules under 5.6.0.  Again, I "forced"
> install without any apparent negative impacts.
> 
> 3) Watch out when installing bundles (e.g., Bundle::CPAN).  My version of
> CPAN (1.52) wanted to "upgrade" to 1.59, and in doing so, continually
> attempted to upgrade to perl 5.6.1.  To get around this "feature", I had to
> install each necessary module separately.  Further, I often had to leave
> CPAN and build the module from the command line directly (from the
> .cpan/build directory.)
>

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