christopher.short at monash.edu
Wed May 16 01:19:30 PDT 2012
Hey there Rob!
Sorry went down the path of "rebuilding SWIG bindings" on Monday and
couldn't get Swig to install :-( Tried again right now and no dice.
So ... following that we regressed to Xerces 1.5.2 (and discovered
Rus, our predecessor had also done that for reason long forgotten).
But 1.5.2 doesn't want to install either, despite not requiring Swig.
Marc may have found an interesting patch for XML::Xerces in a Fedora
package, so that may be worth investigating.
On 16 May 2012 17:07, Robert Norris <rob at eatenbyagrue.org> wrote:
> On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 3:51 PM, Christopher Short
> <christopher.short at monash.edu> wrote:
>> have any of you managed to successfully install XML::Xerces under Perl 5.14 ?
> Just worked through it now. Its fiddly, but it appears to work.
> If you haven't already got Xerces-C installed, you'll need to build
> it. XML::Xerces requires 2.7.0 only, so the latest version isn't much
> good to you. Grab it here:
> Unpack and build, setting XERCESROOT along the way (critical to the
> Xerces-C and Xerces::XML builds). Explicitly specifying the compilers
> in runConfigure is important, as Xerces::XML will fail to build if
> Xerces was not built with g++, but on many Linuxes configure finds
> c++. Explicit is good!
> $ tar xvfz xerces-c-src_2_7_0.tar.gz
> $ cd xerces-c-src_2_7_0
> $ export XERCESROOT=`pwd`
> $ cd src/xercesc
> $ ./runConfigure -p linux -c gcc -x g++
> You'll probably want to install this somewhere, but I didn't for now.
> XML::Xerces will link to wherever its built so it will work properly,
> but you need to keep the build dir around if you don't install it. Or
> you can do crazy shenanigans with static linking and such. Up to you
> Now XML::Xerces. For Perl later that 5.9.notsure it needs to rebuild
> the SWIG bindings. You'll need SWIG on your path, and XML::Xerces
> needs the XERCES_DEVEL=1 environment variable to tell it what to do.
> $ XERCES_DEVEL=1 cpanm XML::Xerces.
> That completed successfully for me. I haven't verified it other than
> to note that Perl can load it ok:
> $ perl -MXML::Xerces -e1
> $ echo $?
> Good luck!
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