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- How to install module to a specifc Perl?
- Water Lin
September 24, 2009, 9:18 am
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I have two editions of Perl on my computer. One is the portable edition
with Xampp. One is under Cygwin.
Now I want to install a module to this portable edition. What can I do?
I think "$ perl Makefile.PL" will install the module to my cygwin Perl.
If I enter the path of the portable edition, and use
$ ./perl.exe Makefile.PL
to install, is it possbile?
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- Ilya Zakharevich
September 25, 2009, 2:41 am
- Christian Winter
September 24, 2009, 5:26 pm
Re: How to install module to a specifc Perl?
Water Lin wrote:
As Bart wrote, you have to make sure your path is correctly set up.
I've found it most convenient to make a batch file that sets up
the path environment so the desired native version is in it (and
the native sdk files like nmake, cl etc) while no cygwin paths are
contained, and configure my cygwin bash via .profile to do the same
for the cygwin perl version.
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