13 July 2020
Copyright (c) 2009-2020 Paul Marquess. All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it
and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
This module provides a Perl interface to allow reading and writing of
Before you can build IO-Compress-Lzma you need to have the following
installed on your system:
* Perl 5.006 or better.
BUILDING THE MODULE
Assuming you have met all the prerequisites, the module can now be built
using this sequence of commands:
To install IO-Compress-Lzma, run the command below:
General feedback/questions/bug reports should be sent to
https://github.com/pmqs/IO-Compress-Lzma/issues (preferred) or
How to report a problem with IO-Compress-Lzma.
To help me help you, I need all of the following information:
1. The Versions of everything relevant.
a. The *complete* output from running this
Do not edit the output in any way.
Note, I want you to run "perl -V" and NOT "perl -v".
If your perl does not understand the "-V" option it is too
old. This module needs Perl version 5.004 or better.
b. The version of IO-Compress-Lzma you have.
If you have successfully installed IO-Compress-Lzma, this one-liner
will tell you:
perl -MIO::Compress::Lzma -e 'print qq[ver $IO::Compress::Lzma::VERSION\n]'
If you are running windows use this
perl -MIO::Compress::Lzma -e "print qq[ver $IO::Compress::Lzma::VERSION\n]"
If you haven't installed IO-Compress-Lzma then search IO::Compress::Lzma.pm
for a line like this:
$VERSION = "2.094" ;
2. If you are having problems building IO-Compress-Lzma, send me a
complete log of what happened. Start by unpacking the IO-Compress-Lzma
module into a fresh directory and keep a log of all the steps
[edit config.in, if necessary]
make test TEST_VERBOSE=1