The easiest way is to have a module also named CPAN do it for you. This module comes with perl version 5.004 and later. To manually install the CPAN module, or any well-behaved CPAN module for that matter, follow these steps:

    Unpack the source into a temporary area.

        perl Makefile.PL


        make test

        make install

If your version of perl is compiled without dynamic loading, then you just need to replace step 3 (make) with make perl and you will get a new perl binary with your extension linked in.

See the ExtUtils::MakeMaker manpage for more details on building extensions.

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