rotan at seatle.demon.nl
Tue Nov 4 14:39:46 PST 2003
On Tue, Nov 04, 2003 at 12:08:03PM +0000, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> Err -- you only needed to do one of those things. Still, it shouldn't
> cause any problems having done both.
> Did you run:
> # use.perl port
> You need to do that, or the ports system will simply ignore the
> updated perl you've installed. Now when you type 'perl -v' it should say:
> This is perl, v5.6.1
> This is perl, v5.8.1
> depending on which perl port you installed. You should also be able
> to run this command without errors:
> % perl -MFile::Spec -e 'print $File::Spec::VERSION, "\n";'
> (which returns 0.86 on my system, but anything reasonable will do).
> You should probably do a:
> # make clean
> in the OpenOffice port directory and start again from scratch with the
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Got 0.86 as output from:
% perl -MFile::Spec -e 'print $File::Spec::VERSION, "\n";'
as well as did the:
% use.perl port
and cleaned out the openoffice port before portinstalling it
again, still failed the openoffice install, as before.
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