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in thread Why perl-5.30.3 doesn't compile on my Mac?


Auto-guessed '5.32.0' Nothing to do '5.32.0' is fine Beginning of configuration questions for perl5. Checking echo to see how to suppress newlines... ...using \c The star should be here-->* First let's make sure your kit is complete. Checking... Looks good... This installation shell script will examine your system and ask you qu +estions to determine how the perl5 package should be installed. If you get stuck on a question, you may use a ! shell escape to start a subshell +or execute a command. Many of the questions will have default answers in + square brackets; typing carriage return will give you the default. On some of the questions which ask for file or directory names you are + allowed to use the ~name construct to specify the login directory belonging to + "name", even if you don't have a shell which knows about that. Questions wher +e this is allowed will be marked "(~name ok)". [Type carriage return to continue] The prompter used in this script allows you to use shell variables and backticks in your answers. You may use $1, $2, etc... to refer to th +e words in the default answer, as if the default line was a set of arguments g +iven to a script shell. This means you may also use $* to repeat the whole defa +ult line, so you do not have to re-type everything to add something to the defau +lt. Every time there is a substitution, you will have to confirm. If ther +e is an error (e.g. an unmatched backtick), the default answer will remain unc +hanged and you will be prompted again. If you are in a hurry, you may run 'Configure -d'. This will bypass n +early all the questions and use the computed defaults (or the previous answers i +f there was already a file). Type 'Configure -h' for a list of optio +ns. You may also start interactively and then answer '& -d' at any prompt +to turn on the non-interactive behaviour for the remainder of the execution. [Type carriage return to continue] Much effort has been expended to ensure that this shell script will ru +n on any Unix system. If despite that it blows up on yours, your best bet is t +o edit Configure and run it again. If you can't run Configure for some reaso +n, you'll have to generate a file by hand. Whatever problems y +ou have, let me ( know how I blew it +. This installation script affects things in two ways: 1) it may do direct variable substitutions on some of the files includ +ed in this kit. 2) it builds a config.h file for inclusion in C programs. You may edi +t any of these files as the need arises after running this script. If you make a mistake on a question, there is no easy way to back up t +o it currently. The easiest thing to do is to edit and rerun all + the SH files. Configure will offer to let you do this before it runs the SH +files. [Type carriage return to continue] Locating common programs... awk is in /usr/bin/awk. cat is in /bin/cat. chmod is in /bin/chmod. comm is in /usr/bin/comm. cp is in /bin/cp. echo is in /bin/echo. expr is in /bin/expr. grep is in /usr/bin/grep. ls is in /bin/ls. mkdir is in /bin/mkdir. rm is in /bin/rm. sed is in /usr/bin/sed. sort is in /usr/bin/sort. touch is in /usr/bin/touch. tr is in /usr/bin/tr. uniq is in /usr/bin/uniq. Don't worry if any of the following aren't found... ar is in /usr/bin/ar. bison is in /usr/bin/bison. I don't see byacc out there, offhand. cpp is in /usr/bin/cpp. csh is in /bin/csh. date is in /bin/date. egrep is in /usr/bin/egrep. I don't see gmake out there, either. gzip is in /usr/bin/gzip. less is in /usr/bin/less. ln is in /bin/ln. make is in /usr/bin/make. more is in /usr/bin/more. nm is in /usr/bin/nm. nroff is in /usr/bin/nroff. perl is in /Users/peter/perl5/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.28.1-threads/bin/p +erl. I don't see pg out there, either. test is in /bin/test. uname is in /usr/bin/uname. zip is in /usr/bin/zip. Substituting less -R for less. Using the test built into your sh. Checking compatibility between /bin/echo and builtin echo (if any)... They are compatible. In fact, they may be identical. The following message is sponsored by<--The stars should be here. Dear Perl user, system administrator or package maintainer, the Perl community sends greetings to you. Do you (emblematical) greet back [Y/n]? n Symbolic links are supported. Checking how to test for symbolic links... You can test for symbolic links with 'test -h'. Checking for cross-compile No targethost for running compiler tests against defined, running loca +lly Good, your tr supports [:lower:] and [:upper:] to convert case. Using [:upper:] and [:lower:] to convert case. First time through, eh? I have some defaults handy for some systems that need some extra help getting the Configure answers right: aix greenhills os400 aix_3 haiku posix-bc aix_4 hpux qnx altos486 i386 riscos amigaos interix sco atheos irix_4 sco_2_3_0 aux_3 irix_5 sco_2_3_1 bitrig irix_6 sco_2_3_2 bsdos irix_6_0 sco_2_3_3 catamount irix_6_1 sco_2_3_4 convexos isc solaris_2 cxux isc_2 stellar cygwin linux-android sunos_4_0 darwin linux sunos_4_1 dcosx lynxos super-ux dec_osf midnightbsd svr4 dos_djgpp minix svr5 dragonfly mips ti1500 dynix mirbsd ultrix_4 dynixptx mpc umips epix ncr_tower unicos esix4 netbsd unicosmk fps newsos4 unisysdynix freebsd nonstopux utekv freemint openbsd uwin gnu opus vos gnukfreebsd os2 gnuknetbsd os390 You may give one or more space-separated answers, or "none" if appropr +iate. If you have a handcrafted file or a file generated + by a previous run of Configure, you may specify it as well as or instead of OS-specific hints. If hints are provided for your OS, you should use +them: although Perl can probably be built without hints on many platforms, u +sing hints often improve performance and may enable features that Configure + can't set up on its own. If there are no hints that match your OS, specify " +none"; DO NOT give a wrong version or a wrong OS. Which of these apply, if any? [darwin] *** Unexpected product version 11.0. *** *** Try running sw_vers and see what its ProductVersion says. ##### Brew Failed #####

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