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Re^9: Do Pure Perl CPAN packages really need to use ExtUtils::Command::MM?by Anonymous Monk
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inc won't work with make maker... MakeMaker doesn't give the programmer access to @INC and inc needs it.
Sure it will/does :) maybe not the way you hoped/wished/need, but it does
though you still haven't given me a known example where setting PERL5LIB wouldn't work.
Yes, I did, twice. The two posted examples, one using export, the other using :=, wouldn't work with nmake on win32, because := is a syntax error in nmake, and export is not a win32 command or program.
Keep in mind that the kind of person who chooses Makefile.PL over Build.PL isn't terribly convinced that make does have portability problems. On another thread, one poster went so far as to call any advertisement of such concerns as FUD.
Aha, the hyperbole sure sounded familiar.
How about you post the exact scenario you're working with in the form of a patch (diff -ruN empty MinimalExample) and exactly what you hope to accomplish and at which points in the process?
If its only a matter setting @INC for the tests, do it in test.pl, like http://cpansearch.perl.org/src/MARKOV/Mail-Box-2.097/test.pl