I fixed some tests in Module::Release because I supported v-strings and dev versions at the same time. Even though I don't use v-strings, the module would recognize v1.2.3_1. Andreas caught this because he does this amazing work to test CPAN breakage. John Peacock noted that version changed due to the "Lyon Compromise" from the 2014 Perl QA Hackathon. I know about the
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I want a registry of environment variables. If I see someone using one, I want to know what it does and what code or programs uses that. Or, given a program, what are all the variables that might affect it?
Rather than do the whole thing, I let myself do part of the first bit. I crawled all of my installed modules to pull out the keys used with
%ENV. My solution (here's the gist) does some dumb matching then passes the result to PPI. I…
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