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Re: Warning build p5-HTTP-Daemon
On Mon, Apr 6, 2020, at 18:26, Mike Pumford wrote:
> Just got this from my current pkgsrc build. Didn't stop the package
> building but it feels like something that should be fixed.
> ===> Configuring for p5-HTTP-Daemon-6.06
> Errors from configure prereqs:
> 'ExtUtils::MakeMaker' => '',
> 'Module::Build::Tiny' => 'Can\'t locate Module/Build/Tiny.pm in @INC
> (you may need to install the Module::Build::Tiny module) (@INC contains:
> /usr/pkg/lib/perl5/5.30.0) at (eval 19) line 1.
> *** WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING ***
> If you're seeing this warning, your toolchain is really, really old* and
> you'll almost certainly have problems installing CPAN modules from this
> century. But never fear, dear user, for we have the technology to fix this!
> If you're using CPAN.pm to install things, then you can upgrade it using:
> cpan CPAN
> If you're using CPANPLUS to install things, then you can upgrade it using:
> cpanp CPANPLUS
> If you're using cpanminus, you shouldn't be seeing this message in the first
> place, so please file an issue on github.
> If you're using a packaging tool through a unix distribution, this issue
> should be reported to the package manager.
> If you're installing manually, please retrain your fingers to run Build.PL
> when present instead of Makefile.PL.
> This public service announcement was brought to you by the Perl Toolchain
> Gang, the irc.perl.org #toolchain IRC channel, and the number 42.
> * Alternatively, you are doing something overly clever, in which case you
> should consider setting the 'prefer_installer' config option in CPAN.pm, or
> 'prefer_makefile' in CPANPLUS, to 'mb" and '0' respectively.
> You can also silence this warning for future installations by setting the
> PERL_MM_FALLBACK_SILENCE_WARNING environment variable.
> Warning: prerequisite Module::Build::Tiny 0.034 not found.
> Checking if your kit is complete...
> Looks good
> Generating a Unix-style Makefile
> Writing Makefile for HTTP::Daemon
> Writing MYMETA.yml and MYMETA.json
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