I cannot understand why WWW::Mechanize::Sleepy does not find WWW::Mechanize on my machine.
Compiling from Scratch
root@jasmines:/usr/local/src/WWW-Mechanize-Sleepy-0.5# perl Makefile.P
If you are testing:
- for 'make test' to work you must be connected to the Internet
- expect 'make test' to take some time since it tests sleepiness
Warning: prerequisite WWW::Mechanize 0.58 not found.
Writing Makefile for WWW::Mechanize::Sleepy
root@jasmines:/usr/local/src/WWW-Mechanize-Sleepy-0.5# locate Mechaniz
One-liner to Test
root@jasmines:/usr/local/src/WWW-Mechanize-Sleepy-0.5# perl -wle 'use
WWW::Mechanize version 99 required--this is only version 1.18 at -e li
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at -e line 1.
Version 1.18 should be sufficient, right?
I've tried everything. Other modules are failing to install for CPAN for similar reasons. What might cause something like this?
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