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Id: 18986
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Subject: ExtUtils::Install means this can be installed on Win32 now
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I noticed there's some stuff in the Makefile.PL about not being able to install because of in-use files. If ExtUtils::Install 1.39 is available, I believe you now can install on Win32 platforms.
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On Sun Apr 30 02:21:47 2006, ADAMK wrote: Show quoted text
> I noticed there's some stuff in the Makefile.PL about not being able
to Show quoted text
> install because of in-use files. > > If ExtUtils::Install 1.39 is available, I believe you now can
install on Show quoted text
> Win32 platforms.
Hi Adam, Compress::Zlib has been out in the wild for a looooong time and this hasn't been reported before. Can you send me some more info on the failure you are seeing please? In particular, are you seeing this issue with the 1.x or 2.x version of Compress::Zlib? Paul
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On Sun Apr 30 12:10:11 2006, PMQS wrote: Show quoted text
> On Sun Apr 30 02:21:47 2006, ADAMK wrote:
> > I noticed there's some stuff in the Makefile.PL about not being
able Show quoted text
> to
> > install because of in-use files. > > > > If ExtUtils::Install 1.39 is available, I believe you now can
> install on
> > Win32 platforms.
> > > Hi Adam, > > Compress::Zlib has been out in the wild for a looooong time and this > hasn't been reported before. Can you send me some more info on the > failure you are seeing please? In particular, are you seeing this > issue with the 1.x or 2.x version of Compress::Zlib?
Oops - just noticed that the response I posted had nothing to do with your report. Must have been a cut-n-paste from another issue. Anyway, I had a very quick look at ExtUtils::Install 1.39 - I'm assuming that _move_file_at_boot is the logic that gets around the in- use files? I'll update my logic and get it to skip the in-use logic if ExtUtils::Install >= 1.39. Paul
Subject: Re: [rt.cpan.org #18986] ExtUtils::Install means this can be installed on Win32 now
Date: Mon, 03 Jul 2006 07:53:22 -0500
To: bug-Compress-Zlib [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Adam Kennedy <adam [...] phase-n.com>
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That is correct, with the newer ::Installs it has that extra in-use stuff. Adam K Paul Marquess via RT wrote: Show quoted text
> <URL: http://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=18986 > > > On Sun Apr 30 12:10:11 2006, PMQS wrote:
>> On Sun Apr 30 02:21:47 2006, ADAMK wrote:
>>> I noticed there's some stuff in the Makefile.PL about not being
> able
>> to
>>> install because of in-use files. >>> >>> If ExtUtils::Install 1.39 is available, I believe you now can
>> install on
>>> Win32 platforms.
>> >> Hi Adam, >> >> Compress::Zlib has been out in the wild for a looooong time and this >> hasn't been reported before. Can you send me some more info on the >> failure you are seeing please? In particular, are you seeing this >> issue with the 1.x or 2.x version of Compress::Zlib?
> > Oops - just noticed that the response I posted had nothing to do with > your report. Must have been a cut-n-paste from another issue. > > Anyway, I had a very quick look at ExtUtils::Install 1.39 - I'm > assuming that _move_file_at_boot is the logic that gets around the in- > use files? > > I'll update my logic and get it to skip the in-use logic if > ExtUtils::Install >= 1.39. > > Paul
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Uploaded Compress::Zlib 1.42 to CPAN with the new logic to check for the version of ExtUtils::Install included. Paul


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