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Id: 41945
Status: rejected
Priority: 0/
Queue: HTML-Tree

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Owner: Jeff.Fearn [...] gmail.com
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Bug Information
Severity: Important
Broken in: 3.23
Fixed in: (no value)



Subject: cpan(1) install fails on OS X
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$ cpan HTML::Tree [...] t/00system..........Can't open perl script ""-I/Users/michael/Library/Application Support/.cpan/build/HTML-Tree-3.23-6Yp3PK/blib/lib"": No such file or directory I just got a MacBook. The above message failed at the command line for "cpan File::Path". After reworking my cpan(1) config in /Users/michael/Library/Aplication Support/.cpan/CPAN/MyConfig.pm to move the .cpan directory under my home directory, the install worked. As much as I despise directories with spaces, that's the OS X default. I've circumvented it, but fixing this problem will help future OS X users. In case collaboration, or common root cause analysis may point to CPAN.pm, I reported identical problem with File::Path. (#41944)
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Hi, sorry for the long delay. This looks like a pathing issue in either Test::More, cpan, or perl itself. The calls to use_ok in the tests are failing because the include path used has a space, I'm assuming Test::More needs to quote the path for the include to function correctly. Cheers, Jeff.
This appears to be a toolchain issue, not something specific to HTML-Tree.


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