It is a rare module that gives *too much* diagnostic output, and I doubt
that Inline is one of them. I endorse the idea, though I don't have any
tuits to help with the effort. My use of Inline is uncommon enough that I
don't encounter this pain point.
> I was doing some maintenance work on the meta-stuffs for
> Math::Prime::FastSieve the other day. (Inline::CPP is one of its
> dependencies, and indirectly Inline and Inline::C). Along the way I made
> a couple of minor mistakes that generated errors from Inline. I think at
> one point it was that my _Inline folder was stale as related to the bump in
> Math::Prime::FastSieve version number, and the second was that I changed
> the version number only in one place in M::P::FS, and got a message
> reminding me it needed to be changed in two places in modules that are
> based on Inline::*.
> It was quick enough tracking down the source of the trouble. But I noticed
> Perhaps we should be looking at our Inline and Inline::Language modules to
> David Oswald
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