It is collaboration efforts like this that make Perl, in general, and PerlMonks, in particular, a great community.
- pc88mxer for diagnosing the problem and providing a specific bug fix,
- CaMelRyder for submitting the bug report,
- and brian_d_foy for assuming ownership of the module, implementing the bug fix, creating the test to check the bug fix, creating more tests to check other things, and finally uploading the new version to CPAN.
No one was under any obligation to do any of this. That's what's so cool about it.
++'s all around.
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