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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at MBAY dot NET>
Subject: Re: can't make sybperl
Date: Nov 6 1998 8:04PM
Neil Ratzlaff writes:
> Ok, I will go on your statement that perl is not setup properly. I found *8*
> perl binaries on this computer (one of them is version 4.x) and not one of
> has vars.pm associated with it. i guess the easiest way is to install a new
> copy of perl (#9) and use that for tests.
> I think I have to stick with 5.002 for now, because we are still using
> OpenClient 10, which I was told works with 5.002 but not 5.004. If this is
> wrong, please point me to some documentation that I can use to persuade
> them to
> use the latest and greatest.
That's total BS. The version of OC is totally irrelevant to the
version of perl that you are using. Unfortunately I don't have any
documentation, apart from what I'm going to write here:
I can build sybperl here interchangeably with OC 10.0.3, 11.1 and
11.1.1 with perl 5.004_04 or perl 5.005_02 with absolutely no
problems. I could probably build a copy with OC 4.x if I still had
that lying around...
I would suggest that if you have about 30 minutes you get perl
5.004_04 or 5.005_02, and build it in your home directory.
Then build sybperl with that copy of perl, and see if all is well. I
very much doubt that you're going to hit any snags due to the version
of OC vs. the version of perl.
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