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Find file. Download ZIP. Launching GitHub Desktop Go back. Launching Xcode Launching Visual Studio I suspect it somehow happened during an XCode Update. I fixed this by re-installing Perl on my Mac manually.
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I then think that something must have gone wrong during installation and try to install again via CPAN but receive the following message: Template is up to date 2. How can I verify this and how can this issue be resolved? Not a directory find: Schwern Schwern This seems to make sense. If I run my scripts as "perl script. I've tried changing the shebang line to "!
That worked nicely for when I'm running my script from the command line. It seems now that Apache is the last one left complaining. Dave Sherohman Dave Sherohman This is the only thing worked for me.
You can add paths to INC bny including this in the very beginning of your script after the shebang: This will tell you if you have multiple versions or not. DanM DanM 2, 10 41 I used the latest version as described here: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown.