So, I decided to do a
cpanm Dancer2 using my perl 5.20.1 compiled
with Visual Studio 2013
CE. The first
stumbling block was the test suite of
YAML which was taking so long that I
had to break and manually install it. Is there a good reason to prefer
that over YAML::XS?
Once that was done, I re-issued the
cpanm Dancer2. Got distracted by
other things. By the time I came back to it, I was met with:
Building and testing App-Cmd-0.324 ... FAIL ! Installing App::Cmd::Setup failed. See C:\Users\user\.cpanm\work\1417185431.5532\build.log for details. Retry with --force to force install it.
By now, you know what to expect:
t\basic.t ..................... 1/15 # Failed test 'version plugin enabled' # at t\basic.t line 71. # got: 'basic.t (Test::MyCmd) version 0.123 (t\basic.t) # ' # expected: 'basic.t (Test::MyCmd) version 0.123 (t/basic.t) # ' # Looks like you failed 1 test of 15.
The offending line in
70: my $version_expect = "basic.t (Test::MyCmd) version 0.123 (t/basic.t)\n";
I am going to watch The Theory of Everything now …