On Feb 19, 12:09 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Elliot Shank) wrote:
> Jeremy Nixon wrote:
> > Elliot Shank  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> Has anyone successfully gotten Mac::Carbon to compile with 5.10 on
> >> Leopard?  CPAN Testers doesn't appear to have any PASSes with this
> >> combination.
> > I failed miserably as well.  With the Apple-supplied 5.8.8, it compiles
> > successfully, but with a wealth of warnings; but it doesn't pass all
> > the regression tests, and eventually seems to hang in "Sound/t/Sound"
> > before "make test" can finish.
> I've got my version that I compiled against my personal 5.8.8 build while 
> still on Tiger, but with this problem with M::C, I'm kinda locked out of 
> 5.10: File::HomeDir depends upon M::C (justifiably so) and too many things I 
> need depend upon File::HomeDir.

I was able to compile, though there were test errors. I'm _not_ using
File::HomeDir, so I can't comment on that part of the problem. I am
using the process functionality successfully, though.

$ perl -v

This is perl, v5.10.0 built for darwin-2level

<snip />

$ uname -a
Darwin Wyants-White-Too.local 9.2.0 Darwin Kernel Version 9.2.0: Tue
Feb  5 16:13:22 PST 2008; root:xnu-1228.3.13~1/RELEASE_I386 i386

There may be something odd about the system, though. As part of the
configuration I loaded everything possible from a PowerPC Mac running
Panther. I completely blew away /usr/local afterwards, removed (using
the remove script) and reinstalled X tools, and removed (by rm -rfv)
and reinstalled X11, trying (unsuccessfully) to get Tk to work.

Maybe someone with a more normal system has succeeded?

Tom Wyant

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