CPAN Release Business::DK::FI 0.04

This bug fix release re-addresses previous attempts at fixing a bug (see releases 0.03 and 0.02). The issue seemed to be associated with architecture and where I have only developed on a 64-bit enabled platforms using a 64-bit enabled perl I could not replicate the issue, which was related to Perl’s sprintf under 32-bit perl. I now use string indications (*s*) instead of signed integer (*d*) and it seems to work.

The issue was labelled: BDKFI-20. The change can be inspected in Fisheye.

The distribution will be made available via CPAN and your local mirror shortly or you can go to MetaCPAN.

Thanks to my colleague Erik Johansen for the assistance and pointer to what the problem was.

jonasbn, Copenhagen

This post was cross-posted from: logicLAB.jira.com

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CPAN Release Business::DK::FI 0.04

CPAN Release Business::DK::FI 0.03

The maintenance release (0.02) of Business::DK::FI has again been put to the test by the marvelous CPAN testers.
Unfortunately release 0.02 did not seem to fix the issue described in BDKFI-17. Almost half of the tests performed fail.
I have had a hard time trying to replicate the issue, without success, so I am trying an alternative implementation of a fix. I am not sure addresses the exact issue but the code still works as expected.
I am looking very much forward to seeing the CPAN testers results based on this new release and I am crossing my fingers. If you evaluate the failure reports for release 0.02 and have an explanation I am still all ears for getting a possible explanation to the trouble with this pretty basic code.
Enjoy,
jonasbn, Stockholm/Sweden, Wednesday 2011.11.23
This post was cross-posted from: logicLAB.jira.com

CPAN Release Business::DK::FI 0.03