Matt S Trout
dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Fri Sep 15 21:32:02 CEST 2006
Octavian Rasnita wrote:
> I have tried to install the ConfigLoader plugin under Windows using cpan,
> because I couldn't find a ppm distribution of it.
> This plugin depends on Data::Visitor::Callback that also need to be
> installed using cpan, because there is no ppm distribution for it.
> I couldn't install this module because it also depends on Test::use::ok and
> cpan gives errors when trying to compile it with Visual C++ 6, but I was
> able to find a ppm distribution for Test::use::ok.
> After finding that ppm distro, I was able to install Data::Visitor::Callback
> and ConfigLoader Catalyst plugin using cpan.
> Isn't there a more elegant solution for this?
Absolutely. Get nmake, get Bloodshed Dev-C++ to get yourself a gcc, and this
stuff will compile just fine.
ActiveState have now switched to using gcc IIRC so trying to use the
craptastic Visual Studentflat compilers is not going to give you a good day.
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