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I'm having trouble with JsonRpcContrib
so I think it's reasonable to assume that there's
something wrong with my JsonRpcContrib
setup. I have the perl module JSON installed ( 2.53 ) and I am using a clean installation
which refer back to JsonRpcContrib
Could someone tell me what I could check and change in my setup?
I can see errors about a missing JSONRPC.pm module which is called via an eval in the apache error.log . Should I see JSONRPC.pm somewhere in my
lib files ( eg Foswiki/Plugins/JQueryPlugin/JSONRPC.pm or is this caused by errors in my configuration?
Looks like you are missing a dependency,
from CPAN (but is a very popular module, which should be available as a normal package from your distribution, Eg. on Debian
apt-get install libjson-perl
This looks like a bug with JsonRpcContrib
; it doesn't mention the
module in its DEPENDENCIES file.
Already a known bug, hopefully Michael will fix it & make a new release soon
You can always see a list of existing bugs against any plugin/contrib by visiting that extension's page in the Tasks web, Eg. Tasks.JsonRpcContrib
- 26 Nov 2011
Neil, If you have the JSON module as you say, and you are seeing errors about JSONRPC.pm, then it is probably not related Tasks.Item11250, as that bug did not print any errors. These are the jsonrpc
files I have on my setup:
- 27 Nov 2011
I installed JSON using
perl -MCPAN -e shell
> install JSON
> install JSON::Rpc
Is there any further config change that I need to make to Apache and/or to my Foswiki setup. I have all the js/js.gz files for JsonRpcContrib
since they came with the extensions tgz.
I also notice that this problem arises with the 1.1.2 full install for windows: can't get EditChapterPlugin
to work there either.
If someone could send a full list of their installed perl modules it would help me a lot in debugging this. Any related Apache config stuff would also be useful.
- 01 Dec 2011