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Re: CGI::Session for Windows

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 05, 2011 at 12:07 UTC ( #924210=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to CGI::Session for Windows

You're using the wrong make for your build of perl, so use what perl -V:make reports

Or tell Makefile.PL to use nmake perl Makefile.PL MAKE=NMAKE

Or you need to upgrade ExtUtils::MakeMaker and its dependencies

Or use Build.PL instead

perl Build.PL Build test Build install


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Re^2: CGI::Session for Windows
by bhagperl (Novice) on Sep 05, 2011 at 12:15 UTC
    Hi Everyone,

    I am very happy that both Build.pl and perl Makefile.PL MAKE=NMAKE worked !!! I am very Thankful to you for resolving my problem so fast :)

    Thanks Monks !

    Also is there any resource to know more on building packages and configuration stuffs. I will be very happy to know !!

    Have nice day !!

      One or more of the following may be of interest to you. Either use perldoc manpage from the commandline or link from http://perldoc.perl.org/perl.html (under the Reference Manual section).

      perlmod Perl modules: how they work perlmodlib Perl modules: how to write and use perlmodstyle Perl modules: how to write modules with style perlmodinstall Perl modules: how to install from CPAN perlnewmod Perl modules: preparing a new module for distribut +ion

      -- Ken

        Thanks Ken :)

        For information on modules

        Hope to exchange more knowledge on perl in future

        Thanks ! and Have nice day!!

        -bhag

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