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Re: Where is Perl/Tk? bribes.org is offline?

by modi2020 (Novice)
on Jan 31, 2013 at 04:57 UTC ( #1016209=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Where is Perl/Tk? bribes.org is offline?

I have been struggling trying to get bribes library as well. I thought I was alone. Please let me know if you got around this problem. Thank you


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Re^2: Where is Perl/Tk? bribes.org is offline?
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 31, 2013 at 05:57 UTC
    use cpanp -i Tk --skiptest

      Hm, getting a little closer, thank you, but I now get this:

      Installing Tk (804.030)
      ERROR You do not have 'make' in your path -- 'CPANPLUS::Dist::MM' not availabl
      e
      Please check your config entry for 'make'
      
      ERROR Format 'CPANPLUS::Dist::MM' is not available
      
      ERROR Unable to create a new distribution object for 'Tk' -- cannot continue
      
      ERROR IPC::Run version '0.55' is required on MSWin32 in order to capture buffe
      rs. The logfile generated may not contain any useful data, until it is installed
      
      
      *** Install log written to:
        C:\Users\IBM_ADMIN\AppData\Roaming\.cpanplus\install-logs\Tk-804.030-135964656
      2.log
      
      Error installing 'Tk'
      Problem installing one or more modules
      

        If you're using ActiveState perl you have to install a Compiler and build tools, they do not ship as default (though they do in Strawberry Perl). From the command prompt:

        ppm MinGW

        Once it's finished installing retry your Tk installation.

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