Package Details: perl-data-ical 0.24-1

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Package Base: perl-data-ical
Description: Perl/CPAN Module Data::ICal: Generates iCalendar (RFC 2445) calendar files
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Licenses: GPL, PerlArtistic
Submitter: yhager
Maintainer: int
Last Packager: int
Votes: 6
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2010-10-12 06:41
Last Updated: 2020-03-07 21:09

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int commented on 2018-09-23 16:58

This is not completely true as Module::Install is part of the package that gets downloaded, I think. The bug was something else, see but for a different CPAN-module.

I fixed that already but forgot to push it upstream, so thanks for reminding me.

Nocifer commented on 2018-09-21 15:02

Apparently needs perl-module-install.

jasonwryan commented on 2017-06-22 01:22

@jrepan It builds for me in a clean chroot without it. But I'm no longer using it, so I can't easily test if it is an optdepend for specific functionality.

jrepan commented on 2017-06-18 20:32

It also depends on perl-class-returnvalue.

jasonwryan commented on 2016-07-06 05:37


Built fine for me on two machines (and if you read the PKGBUILD you'll see the source is not an array). And please paste error messages in English:

RubenKelevra commented on 2016-07-05 16:35

PKGBUILD is broken....

==> Mit dem Erstellen von perl-data-ical fortfahren?[J/n]
==> -----------------------------------------------------
==> Erstelle und installiere Paket
==> FEHLER: url sollte kein Array sein
==> FEHLER:Makepkg konnte perl-data-ical nicht erstellen.
==> Erstellen von perl-data-ical neu starten?[j/N]

jasonwryan commented on 2014-10-29 07:25

I don't use cpan, so I don't know how it manages to override the INSTALLDIRS=vendor rule, but presumably there is some way to configure that functionality.

Anonymous comment on 2014-10-29 06:57

Is it expected that I run `cpan` before installing this package? The reason it's installing stuff to ~/.cpan is because it's the default place when `cpan` script runs. I tried running `sudo cpan` and copy the settings to the user but I it couldn't write to the "/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/".

jasonwryan commented on 2014-10-28 08:13

@johnyponny then you are doing something with Perl's path, because if you look at the PKGBUILD, it installs to vendor_perl, which should be /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/...

Anonymous comment on 2014-10-28 08:05

Seems like Synthead is right, I got a interactive prompt that loaded automatically and installed stuff in ~/.cpan