sundialsvc4, for any installation it would be nice to have an easy to read report, however, Windows command prompt is not the best place to read those reports. No matter how messy they are, a text editor would be a better environment to read those reports. I can line wrap in my text editor, so lines could be as long as they want to be, I just make them wrap so they do not force to to scroll right to read them. I went to copy a test report to write up a bug report, and one line just went on and on and on to the right, and I got so flustered I gave up trying to copy the report or write the bug report.

I know the reasons for installations are varied, but having to read the test reports in the command prompt window on Windows is a pain.

Have a cookie and a very nice day!
Lady Aleena

In reply to Re^2: When cpan returns the dreaded "won't install without force" by Lady_Aleena
in thread When cpan returns the dreaded "won't install without force" by Lady_Aleena

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