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If in you I'd remove completely any mention to cpanm for win32 users

Odd, I rarely have troubles when using cpanm on win32 (in fact, it's the only CPAN client I use on Windows). But it is true that I never bother to cpanm --self-upgrade : I cannot think of a time since 5.010 where I really thought "I need to upgrade my cpanm client". Maybe I'm the exception in that regard.

And I see the mixed matchsticks, too, but it hasn't seemed to bother cpanm for me:

C:\> where cpanm c:\usr\local\apps\berrybrew\perls\system\perl\bin\cpanm c:\usr\local\apps\berrybrew\perls\system\perl\bin\cpanm.bat C:\> cpanm --version cpanm (App::cpanminus) version 1.7044 (c:\usr\local\apps\berrybrew\per +ls\system\perl\bin/cpanm) perl version 5.030000 (c:\usr\local\apps\berrybrew\perls\system\perl\b +in\perl.exe) ... C:\> c:\usr\local\apps\berrybrew\perls\system\perl\bin/cpanm --version cpanm (App::cpanminus) version 1.7044 (c:\usr\local\apps\berrybrew\per +ls\system\perl\bin/cpanm) perl version 5.030000 (c:\usr\local\apps\berrybrew\perls\system\perl\b +in\perl.exe) ...
(in fact, as shown, it doesn't bother cmd.exe, either)

In reply to Re^2: RFC: A guide to installing modules for Win32 (2022 Edition) -- cpanm by pryrt
in thread RFC: A guide to installing modules for Win32 (2022 Edition) by pryrt

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