I mostly worked on CPANTS at the QA Hackathon in Lyon, as I did in the previous years.
As one of the significant topics of the hackathon was PAUSE permissions, I started to add PAUSE permissions handling to the CPANTS analyzer (thanks to Ricardo Signes), and introduced a "no_unauthorized_packages" metric as an extra one. Because the PAUSE permissions index hasn't kept the date/time when one got or lost the permissions, this metric may return a different result from search.cpan.org in a rare case when a person who had necessary permissions and successfully released a distribution event…
As the upstream released a new version of SQLite (22.214.171.124) and I was asked to include it in the next stable, I released yet anther release candidate: DBD::SQLite 1.41_07. There's no changes in Perl/XS, and all the bugs fixed in the stream should be obscure. I'm planning to release it as the next stable in a week or two, after I get enough reports from you and/or CPAN Testers. Tell me if you happen to find anything. Thanks for your patience.
DBD::SQLite 1.41_06 is a release candidate of the next production release of DBD::SQLite. I'm planning to release it around the QA Hackathon in March if there's no blocking report. I suppose upgrading won't break your software, but please test it with 1.41_06 and post anything new you find to RT/GitHub/Mailing List.
Here're notable changes since the last stable release:
- SQLite's query planner has been rewritten since SQLite 3.8.0 (bundled in DBD::SQLite 1.41_01). According to the upstream author, the new query planner should give exactly the same result (though perhaps w…
It's been a year since DBD::SQLite team released the last stable version of DBD::SQLite (1.37). The team has added a few new features to retrieve database information, and applied a number of bug fixes thanks to the community, most notably the one to address an issue where bind_param didn't work with PADTMP scalars (RT #79576).
Also, two significant changes have been made; one by us, and the other by the upstream.
The team decided to enforce "immediate transaction" for all the transactions unless otherwise conf…
I've finally launched a new CPANTS website: http://cpants.cpanauthors.org/
Some of the new features follow:
Almost all the BackPAN distributions have also been analyzed.
You can subscribe your kwalitee report feed of your distributions (http://cpants.cpanauthors.org/author/PAUSEID/feed).
Finally Moose and friends are correctly considered as "use strict" equivalents, and new valid_signature metric is introduced (both have been implemented in Module::C…