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Re: PPM download ppd without install

by nienberg (Initiate)
on Apr 06, 2007 at 23:28 UTC ( #608774=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to PPM download ppd without install

Use ppm to install the module on your test machine. Then look in perl\site\lib\ppm-conf directory to find the ppd file for your new module. Inside it will be a reference to the actual "tar.gz" file on the web. You can then download the tar file, copy the ppd file from your test machine, and modify the Codebase Href location in the ppd to suit your local tar file. Mark

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[erix]: 'systematic' is going to be hard to define I think
[marto]: Err no @
LanX Much enemy much ore
[Corion]: marto: Naah, my module doesn't care, but the users of my module might expect some things to work in Chrome that only work in later builds (or, as seems to be the case, don't work there either ;) )
[Corion]: But I really wonder - I can tell Chrome to go offline, but requesting pages over the network still succeeds. But if I manually click the "offline" checkbox, that's different :-/

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