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Phred (5358)

Phred
  {fred} {at} {taperfriendlymusic.org}
http://www.redhotpenguin.com/

Fred is a Perl and PostgreSQL geek. He has made some very small contributions to a few cpan modules and mod_perl.

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Monday November 10, 2008
02:55 PM

Module::Install paranoia

[ #37848 ]

==> Auto-install the 3 mandatory module(s) form CPAN? [y] n

==> The module(s) are mandatory! Really skip? [n] y

If I type 'n', do I really need to be reminded again??

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  • ==> If I type 'n', do I really need to be reminded again? [n] y
    • Would you like commit to fix that [y]

      • Sure - fred at redhotpenguin.com. I was surprised to run into that question; the perl install I was using in that instance is /usr/bin/perl but I have my PERL5LIB in /home/fred/lib/perl5. Don't ask me why - I almost always build perl from source on projects but I didn't on this one. So the modules are installed in /home/fred/lib/perl5 but Module::Install appears to be looking in /usr/lib/perl5.

        Happy to commit a change if that is desired. I'm trying to work out some issues with our own PRIVATE.pm targets