Maintaining Perl 5 (Tony Cook): November 2017 Report

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This is a monthly report by Tony Cook on his grant under Perl 5 Core Maintenance Fund. We thank the TPF sponsors to make this grant possible.

Two tickets were worked on.

[Hours]         [Activity]
 17.98          #127743 work out a practical fix, work on implementation
                #127743 finish implementation (with some side trips –
                found a new bug), testing
                #127743 commit, work on fix for network retrieves of large
                objects, fix some -DDEBUGGING build issues (amongst a maze
                of massive macro expansions)
                #127743 build issues, portability work, testing
                #127743 run entire test suite, find out -DDEBUGGING builds
                of Storable are painfully slow for large arrays, hashes
                #127743 fix a huge.t failure I introduced, more testing,
                fix flagged hash bug
                #127743 rebase on blead (complicated by ad2ec6b54c),
                testing, rebase fixes
                #127743 cross platform testing, fixes
 13.44          #132506 netbsd in-place edit failures, reproduce, testing,
                #132506 re-working in-place finalization code
                #132506 re-working in-place finalization code
                #132506 re-working in-place finalization code
                #132506 debugging, more fixes
                #132506 debugging fork test leaving work files behind
                #132506 fix unlink on backup failure breakage, testing,
                update hints for netbsd
                #132506 cross platform testing
 31.42 hours total

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