Maintaining the Perl 5 Core (Dave Mitchell): Grant Report for March 2019

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

The main thing I have been doing over the last month is fixing issues
related to smoke reports. In particular, I've been looking at Address
Sanitizer failures related to memory leaks.

SUMMARY:
      3:53 RT #133879] heap-use-after-free
      0:53 RT #133886 heap-buffer-overflow
      1:09 look at failures under Asan: dist/Data-Dumper/t/recurse.t
      6:26 look at failures under Asan: t/lib/croak.t
      1:47 look at failures under Asan: t/op/heredoc.t
      0:56 look at failures under Asan: t/op/leaky-magic.t
      4:05 look at failures under Asan: t/op/qr.t
      0:33 look at failures under Asan: t/op/stash_parse_gv.t
      2:17 look at failures under Asan: t/op/sub.t
     11:59 look at failures under Asan: t/re/pat.t
      5:28 look at failures under Asan: t/re/pat_thr.t
     14:13 look at failures under Asan: t/re/regexp.t
      0:49 look at failures under Asan: t/uni/parser.t
    ------
     54:28 TOTAL (HH::MM)

 285.0 weeks
3257.6 total hours
  11.4 average hours per week

There are 208 hours left on the grant

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