|Subject:||Error with installation of IO::AIO|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Aug 2018 12:37:35 +0000|
|To:||"bug-IO-AIO [...] rt.cpan.org" <bug-IO-AIO [...] rt.cpan.org>|
|From:||"Montano, Bryce Ellis" <bemonta [...] sandia.gov>|
Hello, I work on an open source tool that uses the Perl Module IO::AIO. When trying to install, it fails during configuration. I am on a Ubuntu 16.04 version running Perl 5.22. Similarly I have tried installing IO::AIO within multiple docker containers using Ubuntu 16.04 and they have all failed similarly. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. cpanm (App::cpanminus) 1.7043 on perl 5.022001 built for x86_64-linux-gnu-thread-multi Work directory is /home/bryce/.cpanm/work/1534336215.10742 You have make /usr/bin/make You have LWP 6.15 You have /bin/tar: tar (GNU tar) 1.28 Copyright (C) 2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <>. This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. Written by John Gilmore and Jay Fenlason. Searching IO::AIO () on cpanmetadb ... --> Working on IO::AIO Fetching -> OK Unpacking IO-AIO-4.54.tar.gz Entering IO-AIO-4.54 Checking configure dependencies from META.json Checking if you have Canary::Stability 2001 ... Yes (2012) Checking if you have ExtUtils::MakeMaker 6.58 ... Yes (7.04_01) Configuring IO-AIO-4.54 Running Makefile.PL *** *** Canary::Stability COMPATIBILITY AND SUPPORT CHECK *** ================================================= *** *** Hi! *** *** I do my best to provide predictable and reliable software. *** *** However, in recent releases, P5P (who maintain perl) have been *** introducing regressions that are sometimes subtle and at other times *** catastrophic, often for personal preferences with little or no concern *** for existing code, most notably CPAN. *** *** For this reason, it has become very hard for me to maintain the level *** of reliability and support I have committed myself to in the past, at *** least with some perl versions: I simply can't keep up working around new *** bugs or gratituous incompatibilities, and in turn you might suffer from *** unanticipated problems. *** *** Therefore I have introduced a support and compatibility check, the results *** of which follow below, together with a FAQ and some recommendations. *** *** This check is just to let you know that there might be a risk, so you can *** make judgement calls on how to proceed - it will not keep the module from *** installing or working. *** *** The stability canary says: (nothing, it was driven away by harsh weather) *** *** It seems you are running perl version 5.022001, likely the "official" or *** "standard" version. While there is nothing wrong with doing that, *** standard perl versions 5.022 and up are not supported by IO::AIO. *** While this might be fatal, it might also be all right - if you run into *** problems, you might want to downgrade your perl or switch to the *** stability branch. *** *** If everything works fine, you can ignore this message. *** *** Stability canary mini-FAQ: *** *** Do I need to do anything? *** With luck, no. While some distributions are known to fail *** already, most should probably work. This message is here *** to alert you that your perl is not supported by IO::AIO, *** and if things go wrong, you either need to downgrade, or *** sidegrade to the stability variant of your perl version, *** or simply live with the consequences. *** *** What is this canary thing? *** It's purpose is to check support status of IO::AIO with *** respect to your perl version. *** *** What is this "stability branch"? *** It's a branch or fork of the official perl, by schmorp, to *** improve stability and compatibility with existing modules. *** *** How can I skip this prompt on automated installs? *** Set PERL_CANARY_STABILITY_NOPROMPT=1 in your environment. *** More info is in the Canary::Stability manpage. *** *** Long version of this FAQ: *** Stability Branch homepage: *** Continue anyways? [y] y checking for gcc... x86_64-linux-gnu-gcc checking whether the C compiler works... no configure: error: in `/home/bryce/.cpanm/work/1534336215.10742/IO-AIO-4.54': configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables See `config.log' for more details -> N/A -> FAIL Configure failed for IO-AIO-4.54. See /home/bryce/.cpanm/work/1534336215.10742/build.log for details. Regards, Bryce
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