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the first thing to determine is whether the version of your module is what
you think it is. to determine this, take a look at the first line of
cpan2rpm and run perl from the same location as that used by cpan2rpm like
/usr/bin/perl -MObject::Realize::Later -le '
if the version printed is less than 0.07 then you need to upgrade first.
we've recently added a --no-depchk to cpan2rpm to skip the dependency
checks - this is sometimes convenient but use at your own risk.
incidentally, I suggest that if you subscribe to the mailing list on
sourceforge, you may get quicker response from others than you're getting
from me :)
From: raanders@... [mailto:raanders@...]
Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 11:32 AM
Subject: cpan2rpm dependencies failure
Erick, First off a very big thank you. This package has made my life so
Then the problem I've run into. While trying to build an RPM for
Mail-Box-2.039 I keep getting the following dependency error.
Unable to build module, the following dependencies have failed:
Object::Realize::Later >= 0.07
Stopped at /usr/bin/cpan2rpm line 409.
I have 'perl-Object-Realize-Later-0.10-1' installed. It looks like a
string verses number comparison issue. Looking at the source with my
limited perl capabilities I don't see how this can be solved with a quick
I tried a 'cpan2rpm --force Mail-Box-2.039.tar.gz' but to no avail. Is
there some other switch I can use? I'd really like Mail-Box as an RPM.
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