I have tested this in our test suite with master at that time and can confirm it passes.

Thanks for your help.
On Sat, Feb 23, 2013 at 03:58:20AM +1100, Peter Rabbitson wrote:
On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 04:46:46PM +0000, Chisel wrote:
At work we had to freeze our DBIC at 0.08196 until the prefetch/namespace
bug was fixed ... which it was recently.

Internally we've built the new perl+cpandeps RPM including DBIx::Class
0.08206. Things are looking great for the prefetch/namespace fix but
something has come to light this week that we think is a bug in DBIC (or
maybe SQLA).

The co-worker has managed to distill it into the attached stand-alone test
case, and the output from the test is below.

Is this a bug, or are we doing 'bad things' that have come to light with
newer code in DBIC?
This is a blatant regression, I have no idea how it went undetected
Bisection is running while writing this..
Fixed and merged:https://github.com/dbsrgits/dbix-class/commit/9ae300a

Please confirm this passes your test suite (use current master), we will
have to cut yet another emergency release after that ;( 0.08205 was so
full of crap.

Colin Dearing

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