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I guess you refer to my report. The version of Module::Build was as you suspect recent:
perl -MModule::Build -e 'print "$Module::Build::VERSION \n";' 0.2808

It was no big deal doing a perl --install_base ~/perl5lib, other than having to resolve a couple of dependencies the same way before succeding. I'd really like to get that .modulebuildrc configured correctly to avoid the hassle.

Now, I'm not sure if I find it a relief or terifying that issues like these even annoys people like Dominus, who are not a just litle bit smarter and more knowlegdable than I am.

It will be interesting to see if the method he describes on his blog works for me. If it does, it can't be to hard to make a nice litle script for it.

In reply to Re^3: Installing modules to a private module directory (cases) by stiller
in thread Installing modules to a private module directory by Dominus

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