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Re: Trouble installing Tree::Simple::Visitor::FindByPath

by virtualsue (Vicar)
on Nov 01, 2005 at 19:09 UTC ( #504700=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Trouble installing Tree::Simple::Visitor::FindByPath

I tried installing Tree::Simple::Visitor::FindByPath via CPAN.pm and immediately ran into CPAN mirror trouble. To get around that, you can change your CPAN.pm config to point directly to cpan.org or some other known working mirror site, or download the bundle via the CPAN web interface and install it manually via the customary method.


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Re^2: Trouble installing Tree::Simple::Visitor::FindByPath
by SkipHuffman (Monk) on Nov 01, 2005 at 19:14 UTC

    I am not having trouble downloading. I am having trouble compiling and testing.

    Skip
      You can try a 'force install' via CPAN.pm (it's documented), or do 'make install' manually in your ~/.cpan directory. You can also try the last suggestion in my previous message and ignore the fact that a few of the tests failed. I have never used Tree::Simple::*, so I can't advise whether the tests which fail are significant. Your next port of call if you have trouble with it once you have it installed is the module authors/maintainers.

        Thanks.

        I was hoping to avoid a "force" I don't honestly know what this is doing (nor do I specifically care). It is a requirement for Catalyst. I don't know what Catalyst is looking for from this, so I hate to ignore an error.

        I probably need to pester the module maintainer.

        again thank you.

        Skip

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