Similar problems with Perl::LanguageServer
in the same setting
! Installing the dependencies failed: Module 'AnyEvent::AIO' is not in
+stalled, Module 'IO::AIO' is not installed, Module 'Coro' is not inst
+alled, Module 'AnyEvent' is not installed
! Bailing out the installation for Perl-LanguageServer-v2.3.0.
Me too, I'm bailing out now, not attempting to force install.
From an installation point of view was the Perl-Navigator the most stable product, tho lacking many features advertised in other products.
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