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Re^7: Identifying functions in a c file and replacing with a keyword

by syphilis (Chancellor)
on Mar 18, 2013 at 23:27 UTC ( #1024175=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^6: Identifying functions in a c file and replacing with a keyword
in thread Identifying functions in a c file and replacing with a keyword

downloaded Data-Flow-1.02.tar.gz and followed makefile.pl followed by dmake install for both the modules

That should have worked. One would normally run 'dmake test' (to check that the module tests correctly) before running 'dmake install' but, as best I can tell, what you did should have resulted in a successful install - with no need to 'use lib'.

Is the .PL extension associated with ActiveStatePerl 5.16 ?
If it's associated with another perl installation, then 'dmake install' would have installed the modules into that "other" perl installation.
When you run 'dmake install', it will tell you where it's installing the files - make sure they're going where you expect.

Cheers,
Rob
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[Eily]: Discipulus that's a chess joke BTW right? Because bishops don't walk straight :D
[choroba]: stop making chessy jokes about bishops!
[choroba]: I mean cheesy
[LanX]: lol
[ambrus]: no, the chess bishop itself is a joke on real bi-shops
[ambrus]: or at least on the stereotype of bi-shops
[choroba]: we call chess bishops "archers"
[Eily]: choroba sorry, I had to get that off my chess
[ambrus]: chess certainly hasn't started those stereotypes, like how kings aren't that powerful but has convinced their whole country to work for them, etc. it's just poured them to a nice clean form that would easily get propagated.

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