Victor Wagner wrote:
> Not everyone have "standard perl installation" nowadays. Most Linux
> users, for example, use Perl package from the distrubution, and
> distributions love to strip down standard perl installation putting its
> parts into separate packages, some of which might be optional.
> For example, in Centos 6 it is part of perl-Test-Simple package. which
> might be not included into docker images or simular minimal systems for
> container-based deployment.
That's a good point ...
> So, it worth few lines of the configure.in to remind user that "Your
> perl installation is not standard enough".
... but I agree with the point upthread that this should wait to see
what happens with the CMake stuff, since this is not a newly introduced
Álvaro Herrera http://www.2ndQuadrant.com/
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