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Overriding CCDLFLAGS on the command line

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I have a situation where the installation has been done from a network drive which has been disconnected. However, all the libraries and header files are available on the server in a different directory. I would like to use MakeMaker to create the Makefile for a Perl module, but it is unable to find the perl.h header file. This is because the search path in CCDLFLAGS points the the disconnected network drive. Is it possible to override the configuration parameters Perl keeps in the Config hash from the command line so I can specify a correct CCDLFLAGS?
Oct 29 '08 #1
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