miyagawa at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 17:31:19 PDT 2010
Check out cpanm's -l and -L option - they're meant to work best for
local::lib users, allowing you to install modules to local::lib
directories, even without switching the shell env vars.
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:08 AM, Matthew Lanier <matt at lanier.org> wrote:
> who's using local::lib? I was recently exposed to it, and am finding that
> it has solved many of the problems from instantiating and swithing among
> different perl environments on the same system quickly.
> if there's interest, i'd gladly give a lightning talk about how this is
More information about the SanFrancisco-pm