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Waleed Hamad
February 13, 2003 07:00
RE: [perl #20881] Make problem
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 Thank you so much for your quick response.
  I will try that and get back to you very soon.

 I do have a quick question though,
 Our developers are the one requiring to run 5.6.1 and we do have 5.8.0 as
 Here is the directory structure
 /apps/perl/5.6.1 & /apps/perl/5.8.0

 The question I have is,
 I am trying to get about 40 CPANs installed on both versions.
 Can I use the same ones from one of the versions and copy it over to the
other version or do I have to do it twice??

 Please get back to me on this, and again thank you so much for your help.


-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Dougherty []
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 8:17 PM
Subject: Re: [perl #20881] Make problem

On 12 Feb 2003, Waleed Hamad wrote:

>  I just downloaded perl 5.6.1
> make: *** No rule to make target `<built-in>', needed by `miniperlmain.o'.

The fix is simply to delete all the lines in 'makefile' that contain
the string '<built-in>'.

This is also fixed in perl-5.8.0, which you might consider using instead.
> Do you know what am I missing??

Nothing, really.  It's a change in gcc-3's output that appeared after
5.6.1 was released.

    Andy Dougherty

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