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|Subject:||which Perl directory structure to choose? Apple or standard?|
Response to: which Perl directory structure to choose? Apple or standard?
I think that, by default, it will use the Apple Perl directory structure. This will effectively replace Perl 5.6.0 on your system. Most experienced Perl users on Mac OS X don't recommend this, however, as there are system scripts that rely on Perl 5.6.0, and if you don't remove all of the existing C-based Perl 5.6.0 modules, you're much more likely to run into dyld errors. I personally install it in