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Re^4: problems installing PAR::Packer (pp) on Windows 7

by marto (Chancellor)
on Jan 30, 2013 at 09:40 UTC ( #1016013=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: problems installing PAR::Packer (pp) on Windows 7
in thread problems installing PAR::Packer (pp) on Windows 7

Strange, I run Strawberry Perl and had no problems installing pp or running the generated packages. Perhaps more details would help.


Comment on Re^4: problems installing PAR::Packer (pp) on Windows 7
Re^5: problems installing PAR::Packer (pp) on Windows 7
by Discipulus (Deacon) on Jan 31, 2013 at 09:56 UTC
    Hello there!
    i have some done some test with this scenario: strawberry-perl-5.16.2.1-32bit-portable win7 64 bit with the important side note that with strawberry i started the prompt via portableshell.bat which assure you that strawberry bin are put before other things in your path within env.

    I also found this page that describe a solution for the 64bit version and a possible solution for the 32 bit of strawberry (changing a winres parameter): this approch (which full understanding is beyond my actual knoweledge) failed for my scenario.

    the direct install via cpan> install Par::Packer failed many tets and the installation too

    cpan> reports RSCHUPP/PAR-Packer-1.014.tar.gz reports many fails and unknows too..

    Success! succes in the installation is arrived with this commands:
    cpan> look PAR::Packer H:\straw5.16\cpan\build\PAR-Packer-1.014-lqy0Qe>perl Makefile.PL dmake -f Makefile install
    Now i have pp running normally!
    hth

    L*
    there are no rules, there are no thumbs..

      Success! succes in the installation is arrived with this commands

      Also known as
      cpan> force install PAR::Packer
      cpan> notest install Tk
      cpan -f -i PAR::Packer
      cpanp -i PAR::Packer --skiptest
      cpanm -n PAR::Packer
      cpanm --notest PAR::Packer
      cpanm -f PAR::Packer

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