[Shipwright] Shipwright 2.4.31 and @INC
dgood at willingminds.com
Wed May 9 20:58:07 EDT 2012
That seems to be a bit better. I had an issue with importing
Directory::Queue that I'll have to investigate further, but other than
that I was able to build the vessel at least.
One other odd thing, though, is that every time I run an import, it
looks like it builds local::lib and creates a 'perl5' directory in my
home directory and adds a bunch of PERL_ variables to my .bashrc.
On 5/9/2012 5:15 PM, David Good wrote:
> OK, I reinstalled from scratch and made sure I installed the 'Developer
> Tools' and 'Developer Libraries' groups. Everything goes smoothly until
> I try to import DBIx::Class. I further narrowed it down to when
> importing DBD::SQLite. I used '-l debug' when running the import and
> see in the log:
> DBI 1.57 is required to configure this module; please install it or
> upgrade your CPAN/CPANPLUS shell.
> So, I installed DBI in my system's perl via cpan. and that fixed that
> issue, but I'm still getting the same issue building CPAN::Meta. I'm
> going to build a custom perl so I can eliminate the system perl as the
> problem (which seems the most likely at this point).
> On 5/9/2012 12:14 PM, David Good wrote:
>> I recall I had some initial weirdness with installing Shipwright via
>> CPAN (I discovered my VM didn't have gcc installed) so I'm going to try
>> a fresh reinstall and see if that helps. If that doesn't work, I'll try
>> building my own perl to use for Shipwright. I'll let you know what I
>> On 5/9/2012 11:39 AM, sunnavy wrote:
>>> Sorry, I missed your output of `shipwright -v`.
>>> You can omit the "as" directory I mentioned before, as it's created only after
>>> all dists are installed successfully.
>>> Still, I can't reproduce this, so I don't know what went wrong.
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