Possible fix for all p5-* port installs being broken on FreeBSD

Steven Hartland killing at multiplay.co.uk
Fri Oct 25 13:27:18 UTC 2013

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sunpoet Po-Chuan Hsieh" <sunpoet at FreeBSD.org>

> On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 8:26 PM, Steven Hartland <smh at freebsd.org> wrote:
>> Hi Sunpoet seems your the most active maintainer
>> of perl ports system on FreeBSD so please excuse
>> the email if your not the correct person but here goes.
>> Currently make install for all p5-* ports fail
>> because they cant find the installed files.
>> This seems to be because the site_perl directory
>> struction now uses PERL_VERSION instead of PERL_VER
>> e.g 5.14.4 not 5.14
>> The attached patch fixes this for me by changing
>> the package vars to use PERL_VERISON but its not
>> clear if its the install which is incorrect or
>> the vars.
>> cc'ed ports@ just in case.
>>    Regards
>>    Steve
> Hi Steven,
> The perl infrastructure change was made by az at .
> It helps to make minor version update easier (e.g. 5.14.2 -> 5.14.4).
> Please see UPDATING 20130612 entry for further information.
> Thanks.

Thanks Sunpoet :)

@az given UPDATING 20130612 I guess the attached patch is
required. As its currently its not possible to install any
p5-* port think we should get it commited ASAP assuming its
the correct fix.


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