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Posted in brian foy 11th time December 2010
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Recently purchased a MacBook Clean Air, which means my trusty transport device has four times the storage capacity of my old MacBook Air. For the first time, I was recommended Apple’s migration tool to migrate everything from the old migration to ours. new. It even messed up my Perl setup so I thought Expert In’s statement was correct. In most cases, with the exception of some compiled modules, which can be strange, this causes new errors. Programs don’t reload properly, modules don’t compile, and everything goes horribly wrong if you have test suites.
How do I install CPAN modules?
Personalize to use the module with CPAN:When you got to the shell prompt, you were using the CPAN module; Type: perl -MCPAN -e Shell.Set up a CPAN module that can install new modules in your App::cpanminus home directory:
Unable to bind '/usr/local/perls/perl-5 load.10.1/lib/site_perl/5.10.1/darwin-2level/auto/Compress/Bzip2/Bzip2.bundle' to Compress::Bzip2:( / dlopen usr/local/perls/perl-5.10.1/lib/site_perl/5.10.1/darwin-2level/auto/Compress/Bzip2/Bzip2.bundle, #1) Working image : found.Found: /usr/local/perls/perl-5.10.1/lib/site_perl/5.10.1/darwin-2level/auto/Compress/Bzip2/Bzip2.Mach-o,: package, possibly, but, wrong architecture in /usr/ local/perls /perl-5.10.1/lib/5.10.1/darwin-2level/XSLoader.pm line 73. /usr/local/perls/perl-5 v.10.1/lib/site_perl/5.10.1/darwin-2level/Compress/Bzip2.pm Perl 188
The line easily detects the module, tells XSLoader to load it, and it works. Apparently the two MacBook Airs are not binary compatible. No exaggerated crying. I’m just going to reinstall the mod, right?
How do I uninstall a CPAN module?
Install from CPAN (use cpan App::cpanminus for this). Type cpanm –un-install Module::Name (note the “k”) to remove the cpanminus module.
% becomes cpan5.10.1 Compress::Bzip2Compress::Bzip2 is included in 2 (date.09).
cpan it’s really hygienic that it doesn’t work. This particular one seems to select the file with the right one in the right place, and it works. Otherwise, how would he get there?
I can use the
cpan switches to
-f to force install a module, so
cpan will reinstall it anyway:
% cpan5.10.1 -f Compress::Bzip2...many lines of application output... ARJAY/Compress-Bzip2-2.09.tar.gz Use /usr/bin/do Last ok
if — was I a shell
CPAN the.can pm, do I use the command
force to do the same.
And now it works, at least until I run into another one with an incompatible binary.
No one in particular
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How do I install missing Perl modules?
If part of the module name is Foo::Bar, the actual packaged version is called libfoo-bar-perl.i.e. ‘aptitude search libfoo-bar-perl’or indeed “aptitude search foo-bar”
Sometimes an installed module breaks or compiles witha binary type that is not compatible with Perl. This is the time you want to reinstall the modulebut. However, this leads to a difficult problem: install this:: Cpan> Modules This::module is current (1.01).if this happens, you may need to “force install” them. However, in yourThe tests failed, the module is still positioned, and in fact it could have been worsethan be your original problem.It would be better to be able to collect: this Cpan > reinstall This::ModuleThis will turn into “Force Install” but will still fail to install iftests fail.Your healthnew,see
Only Clear thought: It seems to me that “test X” followed by “force load X” is the current idiom given this.–Andrey
+1 to the one, that.I was definitely in a situation where I wanted to check what the CPAN.module would do,install even if it is already installed. Also whitethat I’m good at breaking tests. set want and when not experimentsTo fail.
Traditionally, when I’m in this situation, I do “cpan -t $module”.just follow “cpan -fi $module”. So I’m testing, but definitely I’m still doing it.no real solution This: tests only a specific module versionforces installation of a separate version. When writing, the process is minimal.something that is not deterministic could result in a broken assembly being installed. Also,Since the build and test for each of the two releases is done separately, thismuch slower compared to single operation.IWhat you need is a specific more “strength” flag. Instead of forcingeverything, I want to redefine only checkmoduleis installed. I’m sure I don’t want to skip tests, or something can be appliedothers that are (or may be) controlled by the base Strength modifier.There should be more accurate flags for strength advantageis it possible to force everyone; Pretty much it would be good practice to force somethingman wants to be consciously coerced. So “cpan –force-reinstall $module” would bereinstall, paying attention to the tests; “cpan $ –force-tests module”Deployment will ignore failed tests, but not ifalready module above
How do I reinstall in perl?
Use the Perl Unit Manager to install perl themes and all dependent modules, remove perl list modules, all perl system modules, search for a perl module on cpan.org to get the system, all good perl module files, and a list of correct perl details. module. > Module Try Perl Manager to install and remove the Perl module zu.large
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