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Hmm, interesting. I see that code gets borked if $Config{installsitearch} wasn't used. That raises a question why, of course, and which setup did you use (so I could reproduce), but generally I agress, path in %INC is more reliable. Would you try this?
--- Makefile.PL 2011-05-17 13:50:41.988807409 +0200 +++ Makefile.PL.0 2011-06-10 09:49:56.579743052 +0200 @@ -1486,8 +1486,10 @@ unless ( $@) { print "yes\n"; $have_binary_prereq++; - push @LIBPATH, qd("$Config{installsitearch}/Pr +ima/codecs/$prereq/lib"); - push @INCPATH, qd("$Config{installsitearch}/Pr +ima/codecs/$prereq/include"); + my $f = $INC{"Prima/codecs/$prereq.pm"}; + $f =~ s/.pm$//; + push @LIBPATH, qd("$f/lib"); + push @INCPATH, qd("$f/include"); } else { print "no\n"; }
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Re^12: Is there a way to make Prima widgets accept double byte characters?
by Anonymous Monk on Aug 13, 2011 at 16:32 UTC

    A better idea would be for Prima::codecs::win32, instead of being empty-do-nothing module, to have function/method to return path to installed files ... maybe using File::ShareDir, see also File::ShareDir::Install