How to display NA in CPAN Testers

How to display NA in CPAN Testers?

I asked qustion "I want to display NA instead of UNKKONW in CPAN Testers"

I get some answers.

Thank you for everone!

I write a example to to display NA in CPAN Testers.

use 5.008007;
use ExtUtils::MakeMaker;

# Check supported environment
{
  # SPVM only support 64bit integer Perl
  my $ivsize = $Config{ivsize};
  if ($ivsize < 8) {
    warn "SPVM don't support the Perl which \"ivsize\" is lower than 8\n";
    die "OS unsupported\n";
  }

  # SPVM only support NetBSD 7+
  if ($Config{osname} eq 'netbsd' && $Config{osvers} < 7) {
    warn "SPVM don't support NetBSD 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1";
    die "OS unsupported\n";
  }
}

If you display NA in CPAN Testers, you write

die "OS unsupported\n";

If you know the reason, you can print warning message

warn "SPVM don't support the Perl which \"ivsize\" is lower than 8\n";

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