Maintaining the Perl 5 Core (Dave Mitchell): Grant Report for April 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 continuing to fix
issues related to smoke reports and getting blead in shape for the 5.30.0
release. In particular, I've been looking at Address Sanitizer failures
related to memory leaks.

SUMMARY:
      3:15 RT #134058 BBC signatures-0.13.tar.gz
      2:22 build failure under -DPERL_GLOBAL_STRUCT_PRIVATE
      0:15 build failure under -DPERL_POISON
      0:30 look at build failure under Asan
      0:40 look at failures under Asan: cpan/DB_File/t/*.t
      0:58 look at failures under Asan: dist/Data-Dumper/t/recurse.t
      0:26 look at failures under Asan: dist/Devel-PPPort/t/misc.t
      1:03 look at failures under Asan: dist/Storable/t/blessed.t
      2:33 look at failures under Asan: ext/XS-APItest/t/customop.t
      3:48 look at failures under Asan: ext/XS-APItest/t/load-module.t
      2:47 look at failures under Asan: ext/XS-APItest/t/stmtasexpr.t
      5:20 look at failures under Asan: lib/locale.t
     12:54 look at failures under Asan: lib/warnings.t
      3:17 look at failures under Asan: make failure on non-debugging build
      0:15 look at failures under Asan: t/op/stash_parse_gv.t
      1:00 look at failures under Asan: t/op/while.t
      1:10 look at smoke failures: t/re/uniprops02.t
     10:06 review 5.30.0 blockers list
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     52:39 TOTAL (HH::MM)

 289.3 weeks
3310.2 total hours
  11.4 average hours per week

There are 156 hours left on the grant

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