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I think hippo might be right, that Net::SSLeay isn't necessary. Observe:

steve@cecilia ~/scratch $ perl -v This is perl 5, version 34, subversion 0 (v5.34.0) built for darwin-2l +evel

cpanm FFI::Platypus output:

steve@cecilia ~/scratch $ cpanm FFI::Platypus --> Working on FFI::Platypus Fetching http://www.cpan.org/authors/id/P/PL/PLICEASE/FFI-Platypus-1.5 +3.tar.gz ... OK Configuring FFI-Platypus-1.53 ... OK ==> Found dependencies: FFI::CheckLib, Alien::FFI, Test2::V0 ... snipped for brevity ... Successfully installed FFI-Platypus-1.53 16 distributions installed

In reply to Re^3: How to install Net::SSLeay with perlbrew on a Mac? by stevieb
in thread How to install Net::SSLeay with perlbrew on a Mac? by karlgoethebier

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