in all the years of using CPAN and 'apt-get', they've never "interfered" with each other
Well, there might be something to all those years, and you might be better than me to actually rtfm...
I tried to set .modulebuildrc once with install_path lib /home/kai/perl5lib and once with install_base /home/kai/perl5lib but Module::Build still wasn't impressed.
I've read the perldoc on Module::Build, but it's a litle vague on the actual syntax of the .modulebuildrc, so I've tried all the combinations both with and without leading whitespace, but without any noticeable effect.
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