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#1: how to install SOAP::lite on windows

Posted on 2008-06-19 20:13:54 by Xue Li

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Hello all,

I am trying to install SOAP::lite on my windows using

perl -MCPAN -e "install SOAP::Lite"

But it stuck at

t/SOAP/Transport/HTTP/CGI....................

Is there something wrong?

Thanks.


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#2: Re: how to install SOAP::lite on windows

Posted on 2008-06-20 01:45:05 by sisyphus359

On Jun 20, 4:13=A0am, me.li...@gmail.com (Xue Li) wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> I am trying to install SOAP::lite on my windows using
>
> perl -MCPAN -e "install SOAP::Lite"
>
> But it stuck at
>
> =A0t/SOAP/Transport/HTTP/CGI....................
>

I get the same (also on Win32).
By installing some 'print "Got here\n";' statements in the test
script, and running 'perl -Mblib t/SOAP/Transport/HTTP/CGI.t', I find
that the hang occurs at the line (in CGI.t):

my $som =3D $soap->call('test');

I haven't (yet) tried to work out what is going wrong here.

If you rename that file to (eg) CGI.t_hide then the make test
procedure will issue a complaint that CGI.t can't be found and proceed
to run the remaining tests.

Unless you think this problem is going to prevent you from being able
to use the module, you could just install it anyway.

Sorry - I don't use 'perl -MCPAN' to install modules, so I don't know
specifically how to do the things that I've mentioned above within the
confines of the 'perl -MCPAN' procedure. (I still install modules by
downloading and extracting the source, and then manually running 'perl
Makefile.PL', 'dmake test' and 'dmake install'.)

Cheers,
Rob


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#3: Re: how to install SOAP::lite on windows

Posted on 2008-06-23 16:11:48 by andre_lejeune

If you use CPAN, the module installation prompts you for options near
the beginning. That gives you time to go and rename the file. The
exact location of the file changes each time you run the module
install, but it is straight forward to figure it out. For me, it was
located in this directory: C:\Perl\cpan\build\SOAP-Lite-0.710.07-z1kYRL
\t\SOAP\Transport\HTTP
For others, the "zlkYRL" random letters will be different.

When I ran the installation, I also had to run the installation using
the force command. So I had to do this:
perl -MCPAN -e shell
and at the CPAN prompt:
force install SOAP::Lite

I also ran into multiple complaints coming from YAML and could not
easily find how to fix that so I simply reran the install multiple
times until I reached the end (each re-run got me over one complaint
from YALM).


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#4: Re: how to install SOAP::lite on windows

Posted on 2008-06-23 18:27:11 by andre_lejeune

When using CPAN, you can take advantage of the fact that the module
installation prompts the user, and rename the problematic file during
that time. In my installation, the file was located at: C:\Perl\cpan
\build\SOAP-Lite-0.710.07-XmJUjt\t\SOAP\Transport\HTTP\CGI.t , however,
the exact location changes on every install (the XmJUjt seems to be a
random set of letters).

I also had to use a force install, to skip over some errors:
perl -MCPAN -e shell
force install SOAP::Lite

Finally, I ran into a different issue related to YAML, and had to
rerun the install multiple times to get to the prompt mentioned above.
Each rerun was getting me past one YAML issue.

Andr=E9


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