John Bokma wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Ignoramus31514 wrote:
>>> when configuring cpan, you entered "yes" in some wrong place:)
>>> You see, there are so many useful perl modules, that being able to
>>> load then via cpan is quite useful and it is portable.
>>> Since my own site uses a gazillion of 3rd party perl modules, I
>>> already have all that machinery in place.
>> Yes, I soon realised it. I was doing everything in haste. What worries
>> me is that it becomes non-trivial to install. If I wanted to send the
>> script to a colleague, it wouldn't take just seconds. I'll give it
>> another go though.
> You have three options:
> 1) install the module in a local directory
> 2) copy the module to your local directory (for each word in front of
> a :: a subdirectory has to be made, e.g. if the module is:
> you copy baz.pm in ./foo/bar
> 3) use PAR to make an exe which contains perl.exe, the script, and the
Shortly after that last message of mine, I installed the module manually and
even wrote about it:
I hope you don't mind it. I acknowledged where necessary.
Roy S. Schestowitz