hello dear linux-experts,
how to do installs of Perl-modules :: which way is the best? installing Perl-Modules: via YAST or Terminal (cpan) in other words:
a. via console or
b. via yast
btw: at the console i can do it like so: for an example i want to install
cpan> install HTML::TreeBuilder::LibXML
i can do it like so:
perl -MCPAN -e shell on first run you'll need to configure it, just follow defaults, get local repositorie cpan> install HTML::TreeBuilder::LibXML
and we should be good, or the YAST package manager may allow us to install Perl modules as well
but sure i can do a check of the modules that i allready have installed
note: at the beginning - i need the following
Mozrepl - addon for the Web-Browser
www mechanize firefox
well subsequently - i need to have a good make - (note: in the past time i often have had issues with the make)
so i need a good make: Therefore i need to check the version of the make that currently is installed
question: do i need to have a good Make?
one last question: what about - does the following module help to get an overview on all the modules i have installed.
Module::Load::Conditional provides simple ways to query and possibly load any of the modules you have installed on your system during runtime.It is able to load multiple modules at once or none at all if one of them was not able to load. It also takes care of any error checking and so forth.
look forward to hear from you