[Catalyst] Bugfree development release?

Matt S Trout dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Mon Jul 3 15:13:45 CEST 2006

Nilson Santos Figueiredo Junior wrote:
> On 7/1/06, Matt S Trout <dbix-class at trout.me.uk> wrote:
>> Yeah, but that was only because your code was using an undocumented untested
>> hack that I originally offered to you as such :)
> Since it was the only way to accomplish it, I find it to be a rather
> important hack. ;-)
> It (or something else that allows the same type of functionality)
> really should become a supported feature because it's really needed
> when you're pushing on the "reusable resultsets" paradigm that DBIC
> seems to favor.

RFC a proposed API to the DBIC list if you want to see that in 0.08 - or at 
the very least throw together a couple of tests for the hack if you want to be 
able to rely on it in production :)

> But I really wasn't trying to imply that DBIC is broken or anything
> like that, I'm sorry if you understood it that way. It's just that I
> already face enough obstacles when "trying to revolutionize
> everything" (i.e. stubborn managers) that breakage between versions is
> the last thing I would need right now. That's why I've been bugging
> you with Win32 test failures and whatever else I could find.

Hey, not complaining - but it *was* a dev release from the -current and it 
won't go to trunk and thence CPAN until we've fixed it. Much appreciated on 
the win32 front (mutters darkly about Active State Software's perl packaging)

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