Anyway, at the provided link i see "The build failed on this platform...". Nothing new.
because it timed out, no other reason --u it succeeded for all other activeperl versions
And i'm not using citrusperl.
Maybe you should use it, you know, 5min to download, 1 min to install, and then you're done
I mentioned my OS as well as my perl version in my post. So i'm wondering how to get this things together.
read the log? Yeah, read the log, and then, read the log
Also, cpanm ... isn't magic bullet, if it fails, you're not going to fix anything with more cpanm ... you need to cd to the module directory and do things yourself, perl Makefile.PL, make ... get an error message and resolve it
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