in reply to CPAN client upgrade issues
Going from the data I guess there is a unicode/1252 translation issue and something to do with a module that was written for a UNIX environment not enjoying the Windows world.
Nope, not a chance
The specifics do not matter - I am more than willing for a few modules to prove incompatible in return for access to the whole CPAN archive.
Cool, lets not speak of them again :)
However, what IS annoying is that any single module that fails to compile stops the whole upgrade progress. Is there any way around this happening?
You can also skip tests and force installs, works for install Module , so would probably work for upgrade (not gonna try it)
cpan> force notest upgrade
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Re^2: CPAN client upgrade issues ( keep upgrading if some modules fail tests, cpan-outdated -p | cpanm )( cpan> force notest upgrade )
by morelenmir (Beadle) on Jan 10, 2014 at 02:00 UTC
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 10, 2014 at 02:12 UTC