|you will first need make to install Module::Build
No, you don't actually need make to install Module::Build.
From its README:
To install "Module::Build", and any other module that uses
"Module::Build" for its installation process, do the following:
perl Build.PL # 'Build.PL' script creates the 'Build' script
./Build # Need ./ to ensure we're using this "Build" scrip
./Build test # and not another one that happens to be in the PA
Module::Build does ship with a Makefile.PL, thus making it possible to install using EU::MM and a make
But you're not forced to install it that way.
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