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Re^3: weird problem with macports perl on apple m1/m2 based systemby perltux (Monk)
|on Jun 12, 2023 at 18:41 UTC
I don't know about xquartz (as I said I don't own a Mac so I'm not familiar with what xquartz is), but you would have to install xorg from MacPorts like this:
sudo port install xorg
sudo port install p5-tk
that's taken from the macOS installation instructions for my application, these instructions were written for me by another macOS user (with an Intel Mac though).
Since these are MacPorts packages, isn't it quite easy to uninstall them cleanly again after the test, if you have no need for them?
Thanks for the one-liner test but unfortunately it's not as simple as that to trigger this issue, I also gave the user of my application a similar one-liner (but with eval) at first, without triggering the issue. I have a feeling that Tk is needed to trigger the issue.