Installing JSAN Libraries Locally
Installing the JSAN Shell
The JSAN Shell can be used to ease the installation of JSAN code. It is distributed on CPAN, but you can also download it here.
However, it is recommended that you install this software from CPAN because the CPAN shell will manage the Perl module dependencies required to get your shell to run. To install from CPAN, run the following shell command.
perl -MCPAN -e'install "JSAN"'
Updating your JSAN Index
You must run the index command. Run the following shell command.
Now you're ready to install some JSAN libraries.
The JSAN Shell does not assume a particular location for installing JSAN
libraries. You must specify your installation prefix or JSAN won't
install anything. There are two ways to do that. The first is with
--prefix option. The second is by setting the
JSAN_PREFIX environment variable. Here are examples of each.
The environment example is based on valid Bash Shell syntax.
jsan --prefix=/usr/local/js JSAN_PREFIX=/usr/local/js jsan
Now run the install command. This time I'm using the
prefix option short cut.
shell> jsan -p /usr/local/js install JSAN /dist/c/cw/cwest/JSAN-0.04.tar.gz -> /tmp/xkAU2XT95W/JSAN-0.04.tar.gz Unpacking JSAN-0.04.tar.gz Installing libraries to /usr/local/js