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|Several tests require the username and password of a registered Space
Track user. Because you have not provided environment variable
SPACETRACK_USER, you will be prompted for this information. If you
leave either username or password blank, the tests will be skipped.
If you set environment variable SPACETRACK_USER to your Space Track
username and password, separated by a slash ("/") character, that
username and password will be used, and you will not be prompted.
You may also supress prompts by setting the AUTOMATED_TESTING
environment variable to any value Perl takes as true. This is
equivalent to not specifying a username, and tests that require a
username will be skipped.
Space-Track username: Use of uninitialized value in scalar assignment at t\query.t line 26,
Use of uninitialized value in scalar assignment at t\query.t line 26,
The following scripts can be installed:
SpaceTrack is an interactive interface to Astro::SpaceTrack;
SpaceTrackTk is a windowed interface to Astro::SpaceTrack, using
To supress the following prompts, run Build.PL with the -y option to
install the scripts, or with the -n option not to install the scripts.
Setting environment variable PERL_MM_USE_DEFAULT true, or running non-
interactively without data on STDIN will also cause the scripts not to
Do you want to install SpaceTrack? [n ]n
Do you want to install SpaceTrackTk? [n ]n
Creating new 'MYMETA.yml' with configuration results
Creating new 'Build' script for 'Astro-SpaceTrack' version '0.054'
t\basic.t ............... ok
t\query.t ............... ok
t\spacetrack_request.t .. ok
All tests successful.
Files=3, Tests=172, 92 wallclock secs ( 0.30 usr + 0.05 sys = 0.34 CPU)
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