Von: Keith Thomas [mailto:kttradesltd@stripped]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 17. Dezember 2009 20:52
[..] , but with 15 of 35 tests failing and 745 subtest failing. I did build out a small
test program and it connected with out issue this time. Do I ignore the fails at this
point, consider myself luck and go on with my life?
I guess it depends on which tests were failing. If it looks like some functionality that
you need: better not. It also depends on the alternatives. (Do you have some older
DBD::mysql that you know works fine, and that satisfies your needs? Try Randy Kobes'
I know I've had trouble recompiling DBD::mysql in the past several times, and I try to
avoid having to do that. Usually that works for me, because I hardly ever need bleeding