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We have decided to reinstall perl 5.8.8 on our solaris 5.10 boxes.
This task has fallen in my lap and I have rebuilt core perl and all
the necessary modules in a local test directory using sh Configure -de
-Dprefix = /home/aardxx/perl.
Having tested the whole load I am now ready to "move" it to /usr/
perl588.  My understanding is that core perl has compiled into it the
@INC table and I notice that /home/aardxx prefix is scattered all
through the various files in the installation directory.
I realize that I will need to rebuild the cor perl using the prefix /
usr/perl588 but is there are way of moving the modules over uithout
recompiling them?  Might I be able to mod the config.sh then do a make
install?  Guess I'm looking for a few shortcuts. Any ideas would be
appreciated

JonL <boha@yahoo.com> writes:
> I realize that I will need to rebuild the cor perl using the prefix /
> usr/perl588 but is there are way of moving the modules over uithout
> recompiling them?

In my experience, I've never known a module to be location-aware. You
may be able to simply make a tarball of the module directory and move it
to the site_perl directory under your new prefix.

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