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Old 08-15-2008, 09:20 AM   #1
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irssi in current: --with-perl-lib=vendor?


I scooped up the slackbuild script for irssi from current and noticed a change in ./configure:

Before I noticed the change I used this script in 12.0 and irssi could not find the required perl libraries and failed when a script was loaded.

It was a simple matter to patch this up for 12.0 but can I ask does it actually work in current?

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Yes, in 12.1, everything uses the new location.
Old 08-16-2008, 05:54 PM   #3
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Thanks Rob:

Originally Posted by rworkman View Post
Yes, in 12.1, everything uses the new location.
I guess that will teach me for holding out on 12.0 on my desktop computer :-). (And looting material from current!).



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