Q: Nestoria Dev Blog and comments

On Nestoria Dev Blog I tried to post a comment+script about smart match.

  • I log on via Google
  • Everything looks ok.
  • I post text + script
  • The page refreshes
  • Everything looks ok

But the post is not afterwards visible.

OK, so it’s possible the blogger just zaps my post :-(, but it there another explanation?

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Here, I've entered ff9600:


WTF: $Test::Builder::Level is invalid

Someone started using Test::Pretty and now I can't run tests. I get:

GraphViz2::Marpa: Start ... # $Test::Builder::Level is invalid. Testing library you are using is broken. : 2 at /home/ron/perl5/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.18.2/lib/site_perl/5.18.2/Test/Version.pm line 134.

Googling didn't help.

I've run cpanm on a range of modules:
o Test::Pretty
o Test::More
o Test::Version
o Test::Exception
o TryCatch

Any ideas?

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