On 26/02/11 04:04, David Golden wrote:
On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 10:36 PM, Jonathan Yu<email@example.com> wrote:
The upstream JSON package formerly contained two key modules:
* JSON (this selected JSON::XS if available, or fell back to the
included JSON::PP module otherwise)
Upstream has now split JSON::PP into its own package, instead
replacing it in the JSON package with JSON::backportPP.
JSON::PP was split out to allow it to be included in the Perl core on its own.
The JSON::backportPP is intended to be temporary to ensure that JSON
itself didn't break while the JSON::PP split was tested. I'm not sure
when MakaMaka intends to remove it, but he said he would do so once he
was confident that JSON was properly depending on JSON::PP.
Thanks. I think this resolves issue and packaging is proceeding.
However we are still quite curious why you went the JSON::PP route
rather than JSON::XS.