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Id: 19443
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: Module-Install

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Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: mark [...] summersault.com
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Severity: (no value)
Broken in: 0.62
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Subject: auto_install / installdeps not working properly
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I would like to use Module::Install to help install dependencies for an application. I put "auto_install()" into my Makefile.PL, per the example. (Although, I noticed that putting "auto_poop()" in there doesn't generate an error, so I'm not confident that the the presence of "auto_install()" without an error means much... ) I also added a line for a module I didn't have: build_requires ( 'Not::Here' => 0 ); I then ran "perl Makefile.PL" At this point "make installdeps" does nothing, instead of attempting to install "Not::Here", which it warned my I didn't have. Inspecting the Makefile, I find: installdeps :: $(NOECHO) $(NOOP) I had expected that "make installdeps" would actually install the missing dependencies. Thanks! Mark
Subject: Re: [rt.cpan.org #19443] auto_install / installdeps not working properly
Date: Wed, 24 May 2006 02:11:19 +1000
To: bug-Module-Install [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Adam Kennedy <adam [...] phase-n.com>
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Hrm... can't help you with this specific case, the depsy stuff is mostly audrey. But can you file a seperate bug against the autopoop case, which I can probably deal with next time I find a Module::Install timeslice. Adam K Guest via RT wrote: Show quoted text
> Tue May 23 11:57:05 2006: Request 19443 was acted upon. > Transaction: Ticket created by guest > Queue: Module-Install > Subject: auto_install / installdeps not working properly > Broken in: 0.62 > Severity: (no value) > Owner: Nobody > Requestors: mark@summersault.com > Status: new > Ticket <URL: http://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=19443 > > > > I would like to use Module::Install to help install dependencies for an > application. > > I put "auto_install()" into my Makefile.PL, per the example. (Although, > I noticed that putting "auto_poop()" in there doesn't generate an error, > so I'm not confident that the the presence of "auto_install()" without > an error means much... ) > > I also added a line for a module I didn't have: > > build_requires ( 'Not::Here' => 0 ); > > I then ran "perl Makefile.PL" > > At this point "make installdeps" does nothing, instead of attempting to > install "Not::Here", which it warned my I didn't have. > > Inspecting the Makefile, I find: > > installdeps :: > $(NOECHO) $(NOOP) > > I had expected that "make installdeps" would actually install the > missing dependencies. > > Thanks! > > Mark > > > >
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Hi. Not totally sure why this happened when you tried but now this looks working correctly (unless you do something wrong like putting an unknown command etc). So I close this ticket. If you still think this is a bug, please reopen this, and provide more complete information including your Makefile.PL, output of Makefile.PL etc. Thanks. On 2006-5-23 Tue 11:57:05, guest wrote: Show quoted text
> I would like to use Module::Install to help install dependencies for
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> application. > > I put "auto_install()" into my Makefile.PL, per the example.
(Although, Show quoted text
> I noticed that putting "auto_poop()" in there doesn't generate an
error, Show quoted text
> so I'm not confident that the the presence of "auto_install()" without > an error means much... ) > > I also added a line for a module I didn't have: > > build_requires ( 'Not::Here' => 0 ); > > I then ran "perl Makefile.PL" > > At this point "make installdeps" does nothing, instead of attempting
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> install "Not::Here", which it warned my I didn't have. > > Inspecting the Makefile, I find: > > installdeps :: > $(NOECHO) $(NOOP) > > I had expected that "make installdeps" would actually install the > missing dependencies. > > Thanks! > > Mark > > > >


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