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Hi

Newbe question...

I am trying to install AppConfig-1.65

When I get to 'make test' I get the error -

t/block........Can't locate File/HomeDir/Darwin.pm in @INC, etc...

I had the HomeDir.pm error initially but I found that online and saved it in ~/Library/Perl/Files - which worked.

I thought I had installed all the developer files needed but something is amiss.

Any help gratefully received.

TIA

Andy
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