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Patch for Lingua::ZH::Romanize::Pinyin

--- Makefile.PL~ 2008-01-20 01:18:24.000000000 -0800 +++ Makefile.PL 2011-09-17 04:15:57.640625000 -0700 @@ -29,8 +29,8 @@ my $self = shift; my $str = ""; $str .= "lib/Lingua/ZH/Romanize/ :\n"; - $str .= "\t\$(PERL) -Ilib -MLingua::ZH::Romanize::DictZH -e 'Ling +ua::ZH::Romanize::DictZH::Pinyin->update();'\n\n"; + $str .= qq{\t\$(PERL) -Ilib -MLingua::ZH::Romanize::DictZH -e "Li +ngua::ZH::Romanize::DictZH::Pinyin->update();"\n\n}; $str .= "lib/Lingua/ZH/Romanize/ :\n"; - $str .= "\t\$(PERL) -Ilib -MLingua::ZH::Romanize::DictZH -e 'Ling +ua::ZH::Romanize::DictZH::Cantonese->update();'\n\n"; + $str .= qq{\t\$(PERL) -Ilib -MLingua::ZH::Romanize::DictZH -e "Li +ngua::ZH::Romanize::DictZH::Cantonese->update();"\n\n}; $str; }

In reply to Re^4: Installing Unicode::Tussle On Microsoft Windows With ActiveState ActivePerl by Anonymous Monk
in thread Installing Unicode::Tussle On Microsoft Windows With ActiveState ActivePerl by Jim

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