Finance::YahooQuote 0.23

March 25, 2010

(This article was first published on dirk.eddelbuettel, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Rule number one in regression testing is to not depend on volatile data.
Which I seem to have violated in file t/02simple.t in the Perl
package Finance::YahooQuote.

Which lead the automated Perl test scripts to remind me for a few days now
that the full company name for symbol IBM no longer corresponded to what I had
encoded. Not really a bug, but a failure in tests anyway.

So without
further ado: a new version 0.23 of Finance::YahooQuote
which addressed this issue
is now in the Debian queue and on
CPAN and my local
yahooquote page.

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