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Re: CPAN module getting Killedby RMGir (Prior)
|on Nov 20, 2002 at 13:12 UTC||Need Help??|
Wierd... I don't have 5.8.0 installed here, but the word "Killed" doesn't show up anywhere in my installed modules for 5.6.1.
I can think of 2 things you can try.
First, try running that with the -d option to invoke the perl debugger; maybe the debugger will catch whatever's doing the "Kill" and let you get a stack trace.
Second, type perldoc -l CPAN, and note down the directory where CPAN is installed. Then do (assuming /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.0 is that directory):
and see if you can find out if the "Killed" is from a module...
Yes, I know I could have used File::Find to do that, but for some things, find/xargs is just simpler.
(Edit: I downloaded the 5.8.0 source tree. The word /killed/i does not appear anywhere in the tree, at least, not where it would print out like that...)