From: Big and Blue on
On 05/22/10 15:39, Ben Morrow wrote:

> For some reason a lot of vendor distributions of perl seem to break
> this. The standard build on Win32 also breaks this. In both cases (and,
> really, in general) the best solution is to build your own perl
> installed in /opt/perl or somewhere, with the correct directory
> structure.

Or, even better, put it on an NFS automount - with arch-specific locations
mounted via arch-specific variable so all systems of all architectures can
share one instance of all Pure Perl code, and all systems of each
architecture share the one arch-specific instance of compiled code.

Install once - run everywhere.

Just because I've written it doesn't mean that
either you or I have to believe it.