I'm finally taking advantage of the co-maintainer bit that Yuval Kogman gave me last year and putting out new releases of MooseX::App::Cmd.

The latest release fixes a number of long-standing bugs as well as a more recent test bug that cropped up as a result of recent changes in its dependencies. I also bit the bullet and converted to Dist::Zilla; hopefully that won't piss off any of the other maintainers.

Eventually I'd like to merge MooseX::App::Cmd with its Mouse counterpart, but that will require a bit more thought and planning.

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I would love to use MooseX::App::Cmd, but installation from cpan is failing for me in a CentOS6 box. Please see the error below.

# Failed test 'command died with the correct string'
# at t/configfile.t line 30.
# 'Can't call method "can" on an undefined value at /usr/local/share/perl5/MooseX/ line 28.
# '
# doesn't match '(?-xism:Mandatory parameter 'moo' missing in call to \(eval\))'
# Looks like you failed 1 test of 3.
t/configfile.t ...............
Dubious, test returned 1 (wstat 256, 0x100)
Failed 1/3 subtests

Any advice?

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user-pic I'm a developer currently working as a build automation engineer for an e-commerce services company. I've been working with Perl since 1994, and although I started focused on web applications I've gradually moved into toolsmithing and custom applications. My PAUSE/CPAN ID is MJGARDNER, and I usually host my public development efforts on GitHub.