In addition to everything I wrote above, I also needed to run install Test::Exception
So the final, full list of everything I command I ran to install DateTime on my MacBook Pro OS X 10.5.8, that has never before used perl
- sudo CPAN (press enter lots of times to config)
- install Params::Validate
- install DateTime::Locale
- install DateTime::TimeZone
- install Test::Exception
- install Test::Warn
- install DateTime::Format::ICal
- install DateTime
Sadly, I have no idea what I just did. All I know is it worked for me and I moved on to successfully finish setting up bugzilla.
I hope this helps someone else out there (the way the posts in this thread lead me to figure this thing out)
- Kevin G. a.k.a. gMale
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