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Re: Re: Modules in the Windows environment

by Dog and Pony (Priest)
on Feb 23, 2002 at 11:50 UTC ( #147061=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Modules in the Windows environment
in thread Modules in the Windows environment

In the version of ActiveState I am running on my win box, that doesn't work. I use the new PPM version 3, in which they may have changed the commands? Anyways, to add more repositories, the command is (now):

rep add DevelopHelp http://ppd.develop-help.com/ppd/
And there is no need to call any save command.

UPDATE: I realized I maybe should add how to search the different repositories: Type

rep
to get a list of the repositories you have listed, the active one will be marked with a leading '*'. Then type
rep set X
where X is the number of the repository you want to search.
help rep
will give you more commands.

Otherwise, a very good post, and thanks for the extensive list of URLs!


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