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Subject: Recursive dependency detected:
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I think I was doing the Bundle::CPAN thingy. I have: This is perl, v5.6.1 built for i686-linux --Scott
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> cpan> install Cwd File::Spec > Cwd is up to date. > File::Spec is up to date. > > Recursive dependency detected: > Cwd > => K/KW/KWILLIAMS/Cwd-2.20.tar.gz > => File::Spec > => K/KW/KWILLIAMS/File-Spec-0.88.tar.gz > => Cwd. > Cannot continue. > > > cpan>
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[guest - Fri Aug 6 10:59:14 2004]: I have seen the same thing with Perl 5.8.5, when installing Bundle::HTML::Mason via CPAN.pm. -- /* Bernhard.Schmalhofer@biomax.de */


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