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First, create the repository on your Github.

Actually, the thing I needed to do first was to create a repos directory on my local machine, and then within it run:

cpan -g Log::Log4perl tar -xzvf Log-Log4perl-1.49.tar.gz cd Log-Log4perl-1.49 git init git add . git remote add origin git push -u origin master cpanm . --force

Test script:

C:\Users\tblaz\Documents\evelyn>perl C:\Users\tblaz\Documents\evelyn>type test.log 2019/12/24 22:25:14 Debug this! 2019/12/24 22:25:14 Info this! 2019/12/24 22:25:14 Warn this! 2019/12/24 22:25:14 Error this! 2019/12/24 22:25:14 Fatal this! C:\Users\tblaz\Documents\evelyn>type #!/usr/bin/perl -w use 5.016; use Log::Log4perl qw(:easy); Log::Log4perl->easy_init( { level => $DEBUG, file => ">>test.log" } ); # Logs to test.log via stealth logger DEBUG("Debug this!"); INFO("Info this!"); WARN("Warn this!"); ERROR("Error this!"); some_function(); sub some_function { # Same here FATAL("Fatal this!"); } C:\Users\tblaz\Documents\evelyn>

I was very happy to see such quality responses to my question. Thank you. Perl is such a good activity for Xmas eve.

In reply to Re^3: getting Log::Log4perl to install on windows strawberry perl by Aldebaran
in thread getting Log::Log4perl to install on windows strawberry perl by Aldebaran

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