Re: ExtUtils::PkgConfig test failures on OpenBSD

On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 1:34 AM, Torsten Schoenfeld <kaffeetisch gmx de> wrote:
Given the info about the next release, is the noise (test failed
notices from cpantesters) acceptable to people until the next release
of OpenBSD, or do you want a quick release of EU::PC with SKIP blocks
on OpenBSD for the max-version tests, and then do another release of
EU::PC in May after the next OpenBSD release has been verified on

Could you use the version number of the pkg-config replacement to check
whether the tests should be skipped?  Then the SKIP block wouldn't have to
be removed later.  That's how, say, Gtk2 handles newer gtk+ versions.

I think that will work, but I'll double check in their CVS web tree
just in case.  I know that they change the --version string that's
reported from the Perl version so it matches what the current release
of the pkg-config binary is.



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