Thanks for the tip: I got it working. I didn’t know I could install perl stuff local to my login. The process doesn’t seem to be documented well. I couldn’t even find a mention of it on the CPAN site. Here’s what I did for the sake of anyone else, who finds themselves befuddled.
First, I ran:
perl -MCPAN -e shell
since it was my first time, it asked me a bunch of questions. The important one was to tell it to install perl stuff locally to my login, when it asked where to put things. I used ~/perl
then when I got to the shell, I typed
some sort of magic happened and it installed. But that’s not all, you also have to set your PERLLIB environment variable to the appropriate place. In my case:
after that, the command worked. Many thanks!
Audio Production and Post-Production Software for Mac OS X