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Re^2: installing

by morgon (Curate)
on Dec 24, 2013 at 13:39 UTC ( #1068311=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: installing
in thread installing

Sorry for confusing things, I wanted to refer to

Both GD.o and are created, GD.o in the top level, in blib/arch/auto/GD. running ldd on shows no missing libraries.

The output from running "make test" gave me no indication about what was going wrong, so I resorted to run the test-scripts manually - this is how I generated the output I posted.

So far I did not have any problem with the that I installed regardless of the failed tests, still I would like to understand what the problem was - I will repeat the excercise on another machine and see what happens there...

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Re^3: installing
by syphilis (Chancellor) on Dec 24, 2013 at 21:49 UTC
    so I resorted to run the test-scripts manually

    I'm not entirely sure of the way you did that ... though I feel I ought to be able to deduce it from the output you provided.
    Prior to installing the module, you need to run that test script as perl -Mblib t/polyline.t

    If that's what you did, then I'm still puzzled as to the absence of blib in @INC - it *should* be there.

    Of course, after you've installed the module, you should be able to run that script as simply perl t/polyline.t

    (This may well have little or nothing to do with the problem you're trying to solve, but it's at least a bit of a puzzle in itself.)


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