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In the absence of comment I followed the install instructions in the module documentation. All went well and having had a look at the .cpan directory this is good. Anne > Note: Beware! Default reply-to is to the list. > > > Hi, > > with a new machine I am aiming to get a bugfree cpan and catalyst > installation this time around. (more care needed, also more knowledge > available to me than previously) I did have a local installation > previously but ... (lots of them). > > So, the Catalyst book (Diment et al. THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO ... ) > recommends installing local::lib through cpan, thus. > > $ cpan > cpan> install local::lib > > nothing wrong with that, I take it, except that this is not as > discussed in local::lib documentation, or on this link (which looks > the same) - basically download the tarball, unzip, then the whole > make procedure. > > http://perl.jonallen.info/writing/articles/install-perl-modules-without-root > > what are the implications of the two methods, or will they both result > in identical installations. > > I await comment before committing myself at the prompt. Thanks for > input. > > Anne > _______________________________________________ > Za-pm mailing list > Zaemail@example.com > http://mail.pm.org/mailman/listinfo/za-pm > > posts also archived on Mail Archive > http://firstname.lastname@example.org/ _______________________________________________ Za-pm mailing list Zaemail@example.com http://mail.pm.org/mailman/listinfo/za-pm posts also archived on Mail Archive http://firstname.lastname@example.org/