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Re: Problem compiling perl module Term::ReadKey under cygwin
- To: "Charles S. Wilson" <cwilson at ece dot gatech dot edu>
- Subject: Re: Problem compiling perl module Term::ReadKey under cygwin
- From: Steve Kelem <kelem at adaptivesilicon dot com>
- Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 10:24:52 -0700
- CC: Cygwin <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Organization: Adaptive Silicon, Inc.
- References: <3947B531.D14BF8DD@adaptivesilicon.com> <3947BBE9.5B33C61E@ece.gatech.edu>
"Charles S. Wilson" wrote:
> *I* know of no problems using cpan updates with my perl -- it works fine
> for me. I haven't tried Term::ReadKey though.
Can you give it a try? If it works for you, then the problem is something on
my system. If it fails for you,
then it's probably a more general problem. I run:
perl -MCPAN -e shell
> However, your problem is different. It's because of a recent change to
> cygwin -- see the recent cygwin mailing list thread entitled 'Wierd
> patch problem' starting with
> The change to cygwin is that ANY path that contains a backslash is
> interpreted as a windows path, so /tmp\cc001120.base becomes "CURRENT
> I think you need to create a \tmp directory in the root of the drive in
> which you're building. So, if you're building in /usr/local/ and /usr is
> mounted from F:\cygwin, then create F:\tmp
I have cygwin installed in H:\. There is a tmp directory in H:\.. There is no
special mount for /tmp.
$TMP points to C:\TEMP, which also exists.
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