On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 8:12 AM, Kevin Bailey <..hidden..>
On 17/10/12 15:22, Chris Travers wrote:
On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 7:05 AM, Kevin
Are the warnings in the output correct?
The warnings just tell you what it is currently missing
(and if selected will install when you run make).
So, should I run 'make install' - I haven't run this yet because
in an earlier reply you suggested that it might not be a good idea.
Ok... With Module::Install, there are typically several stages to building any Perl module or distribution. It goes like this:
make: Installs dependencies, builds Perl XS libraries, etc
make test: Runs make if necessary, then runs test suites.
make install: Runs make test, then copies man files, perl Modules, etc to proper directories.
The only one that is really required is:
I have changed the docs to recommend make test instead of make install.