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after some reading and some tests I'm pretty satisfied of pp tool.

I converted my switch in an if/elsif series as advised.

Then I added some modules with -M option
(Net::SMTP:TLS and MIME::Lite).

So I ran some test programs with some satisfaction.

Now I plan to use Simple::XML to read a config.xml file.

pp doesn't find SAX.pm, so I linked it with -M option, but I have still another error:

Can't locate unicore/Heavy.pl in @INC

I have tried to link Heavy.pl through -M option, but... nothing to do... The program is still searching Heavy.pm

So I searched over the web (Googled) and I found that thread:
https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Bug/Display.html?id=58093
it seems related to my problem
(I have too strawberry perl 5.12, etc.)
but not understood much about it...

Any suggestions?
thank you!

Update:
It seems there is a patch for Module::ScanDeps...
the problem is that I don't know how to install that patch...
(I have to simply insert it in Module main folder, and the make, make test, make install?)
Thank you for your help

In reply to Re^2: How PAR pp works? by saintex
in thread How PAR pp works? by saintex

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