Lately I have been trying to install a lot of modules with cpan, and a lot of them are coming back with won't install without force (the last was DateTime today). For those with few tests which do not scroll my screen, copying the test data and Test Summary Report is easy; but for others which have a lot of tests, it is difficult to get everything from the command prompt window. I was thinking it would be nice if I could have the text printed to my screen also printed to a file, especially when the exit value is 8. I then got thinking, it would be nice to be able to immediately report the bug (and attach the aforementioned file) for all modules with exit value 8. I scanned both cpan and CPAN and have not found a way to print to screen and file.

Have a cookie and a very nice day!
Lady Aleena

In reply to When cpan returns the dreaded "won't install without force" by Lady_Aleena

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