[Bioperl-l] ./Build install doesn't install bioperl-run
David.Messina at sbc.su.se
Sun Jun 6 12:26:04 EDT 2010
On Jun 6, 2010, at 17:15, Peng Yu <pengyu.ut at gmail.com> wrote:
> When I download other packages from CPAN. I don't need to specify
> anything. They get automatically installed in a directory (I think it
> is site_perl?) in my local perl installation directory. Why I have to
> explicitly say where bioperl should be installed ?
Ah okay, I misunderstood. If it works for other CPAN installs, it
should work for BioPerl.
>>> BTW, the following web address better be changed to 'Using_git".
>> Actually, the page is Using_git, but we're redirecting
>> Using_Subversion to it; that's why it looks like URL is wrong.
>> Also, I think we tried to change all of the links on the website to
>> point to Using_git. May I ask where did you see — that is, how did
>> you come to — the link to Using_subversion?
> Please see the following webpage.Search for "Using Subversion".
> I delete the download and run the installation process again. But it
> still doesn't seem to work.
I'll take a look at this later.
In the meantime, you can certainly do as Chris recommended earlier and
not 'install' and just add bioperl-run/lib to your PERL5LIB.
As he said, that's better anyway, since you can keep up-to-date with
the latest bug fixes and changes by simply doing 'git pull'.
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