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From "Edward J. Sabol" <>
Subject Re: towards a 2.07 release
Date Wed, 09 Nov 2005 02:51:41 GMT
> So I don't know how to proceed at this point. We could either
> 1) leave things as-is, which allows the cpan client to sift through the
> generated Makefile in order to pursue unsatisfied prereqs,
> or
> 2) change back the "warn" calls to "die", which will confuse the cpan
> client, but will allow human users to figure out exactly what needs to
> be done in order for the build to continue.
> Opinions?

It seems to me that both are desirable under different circumstances. Does it
make sense to add an option to ("--die-if-prereqs-fail"?) which
controls this?

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