SPUG: cpan errors on OS X

Nicholas Melnick nick-list at dytara.com
Tue Dec 23 23:33:04 PST 2008


I'd recommend changing your .cpan directory to your home directory or  
another directory without a space. Perl deals with it just fine, but  
most developers don't seem to care much for dealing with spaces in  
paths. This may solve the issue for you.

  - Nick

On Dec 24, 2008, at 12:51 AM, Michael R. Wolf wrote:

> fish -- On many (not all) modules, I'm getting "No such file or  
> directory" errors when using cpan(1) to install CPAN modules.  For  
> example:

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