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Re^2: (RFC) PostScript::Glyph::MapToUnicode - my first (intended-to-be) CPAN module

by Aristotle (Chancellor)
on Aug 19, 2003 at 00:12 UTC ( #284764=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: (RFC) PostScript::Glyph::MapToUnicode - my first (intended-to-be) CPAN module
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I've thought of that, but how do I integrate that with the installation process when I want the default to be not to do it?

Actually, thinking about it, I might provide an additional distribution whose installation always downloads the file, containing a stub module whose presence is detected by this one.

Then a bundle which installs both distributions would solve things nicely. You either fire-and-forget at the bundle or just get this module alone.

How does that sound?

Makeshifts last the longest.

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[hippo]: yum update perl
[hippo]: Other package managers are available
LanX wouldn't update system Perl!
[Discipulus]: prathap keerthipati might be it is better to install an alternative Perl instead and do not touch the system one
[LanX]: see perlbrew for alternative Perl installations
[marto]: unless you know exactly what you're doing an often saner option is to simply build another Perl rather than replace the system one

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