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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Thanks, schwern!

    Actually, I've never used PREFIX, so this doesn't really impact me. But I do understand the frustration that can arise from constant grumbling. At least you'll be able to get those people off your back now.
  • Not that I want it of course, but it'll stop the damn pointless arguments.

    Actually, the pessimist in me says it won't - but y'have to hope.

  • slide009.html of your presentation suggests that Debian puts stuff under /usr/local. On my debian system things look like this:

    prefix: /usr modules: /usr/share/perl5 programs: /usr/bin module docs: /usr/share/man/man1 program docs: /usr/share/man/man3

    I think /usr/share/perl5 is only used for 'pure-Perl' modules. Architecture-specific ones go under /usr/lib/perl5

    • You're looking at the installation locations for core modules. Most everything else goes into the "site" locations (installsitelib, installsitearch, etc...) which are under /usr/local as they should be since its a locally installed widget.
  • I'll see if I can dig up the names. No promises, though. Things got a little crazy near the end, what with you taking off your clothes and everything.
  • > IS EVERYBODY HAPPY NOW?!

    OSHA says you can remove those handrails now...

    John

  • Thank you.
  • Schwern: thanks a lot for this. This will eliminate one of the most common reasons for choosing not to use Module::Build. And thanks to all the other people who did that.
  • Thanks to Schwern and the bounty bidders and Rob (for kickstart)

    As someone who is rebuilding Perl and Modules for internal distribution but NOT installing to "the" master place, this should make my life somewhat easier.

    --
    Bill
    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;