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You should install DateTime the same way you installed the other modules:

# from the shell / Terminal window cpan DateTime

or within the CPAN shell as

install DateTime

DateTime needs Params::Validate as a prerequisite and the cpan program will hunt down all these prerequisites for you automatically and install them for you if you let it.

The default CPAN configuration is to ask whether to install prerequisites, but you might want to check that or change it from ask to follow so all prerequisites get installed without asking. Type in the cpan shell:

o conf prerequisites_policy

check that it's ask or follow and to set the new policy to follow type

o conf prerequisites_policy follow

Then type

o conf commit

to save the current configuration if you want it to remain.

In reply to Re: Configuring Mac OS X to Install Perl Modules by Corion
in thread Configuring Mac OS X to Install Perl Modules by Perrmoss

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