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Re: BUG REPORT: Website META Language 1.7.2 (28-06-1999)


On 07 Sep 1999, Denis Barbier <barbier@imacs.polytechnique.fr> wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Sep 1999, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
> > On 06 Sep 1999, Denis Barbier <barbier@imacs.polytechnique.fr> wrote:
> > > > -S /usr/local/lib/wml/include/  -I /INCLUDES  -s 'sys/bootmhc.wml' -s
> > >                                      ^^^^^^^^^
> > > Now, we have to find why INCLUDES has been replaced by /INCLUDES.
> > > Any clue?
> > 
> >  None at all! As I said - the same tgz-package works at home *scratches*
> Ok. I am 96.3% sure it is related to perl.

 Just because I said I don't have a clue? ;-))

> Which version of File::PathConvert do you have?
> I experienced problems with 0.85 similar to yours, do you use the one
> shipped with WML (0.83) or another one?

 Yes, it's 0.85. I start cpan every now and then and update the
packages, and compilied with the --with-openworld switch. Let's see how
it's working now:
make distclean
./configure --without-openworld
make test
make install

 Well, make test didn't work on the final test (wml) in the last of the
four tests... But that happened already before. I don't think this is
really a mistake (it happened at home, also).
 If you like, here is the line:

Failed Test  Status Wstat Total Fail  Failed  List of failed
t/10-wml.t                    4    1  25.00%  4
Failed 1/10 test scripts, 90.00% okay. 1/30 subtests failed, 96.67% okay.

 Nope, same behavior here... Or is there some other way to use the 0.83
from the package than the new 0.85? It still checks for the installed
packages? What for is the --with-openworld switch then, if it's not
honoured? *scratches*  Should I remove the package completely from the
perl-tree? Which files should I remove then?

 Alfie [puzzled about the --with-openworld switch]
P.S.: I hope that I'm not too much of a work for you :-( But this is
really annoying...
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