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When I tried to install padre I got a message that I need a Perl with ithreads enabled. So when I rebuild my Perl, are these configure-options OK?

sh Configure -de -Duseithreads

And if I rebuild Perl from the same source-files which I used for the actual Perl can I keep my already installed modules?

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You should use perlbrew for compiling Perl. Are you installing the same version of Perl in exactly the same place? Probably. But I would prefer to reinstall them...

See my howto on the subject padre - perlbrew - cpanminus: http://nxadm.wordpress.com/2010/12/10/build-padre-svn-easily-with-perlbrew-and-cpanm/

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