Ubuntu and Perl
chrism at cjsoftuk.dyndns.org
Wed May 30 09:59:49 UTC 2007
I've *always* used CPAN, and never had any issues.
Anthony Gardner wrote:
> After many years of installing my own version of Perl next to the system
> installed version, I'm now trying to be a good boy and just use the
> system installed versions of Perl / Apache / mod_perl2 etc.
> But, as I'm now more restricted, I need some questions answered.
> Perl -V gives me for @INC ....
> At present, I've only installed libs from adept and everything resides
> in /usr/lib /usr/share etc.
> Now to the start of my problems. YAML and Test::YAML have been installed
> by default as I can't remember installing them. But Test::YAML uses
> Test::Base which isn't installed and doesn't appear in adept.
> What's a poor boy to do in this instance, and future instances like this?
> If I search for YAML in adept, I only get libconfig-yaml-perl,
> libtemplate-plugin-yaml and lib-yaml-perl (installed)
> How do I make my own packages to install?
> I don;t mind using CPAN to install (makes my life a zillion times
> easier) but I'm trying to be good and keep the system in check.
> Why is /usr/local/lib /usr/local/share before /usr/lib /usr/share etc.
> in @INC. that, I find v strange. Or, is it to allow me to use CPAN and
> install my own stuff in there? If that's the case, there's a big chance
> of duplicating packages.
> So, who does what out there?
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