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Change the '::' separator to '-', ie: ppm install Spreadsheet-WriteExcel

If you're running from the ppm prompt, you can search then install by the number of the result.

What an awkward sentence that was! I'll just paste a screenshot:

ppm> search WriteExcel Searching in Active Repositories 1. Spreadsheet-WriteEx~ [0.41] (none) 2. Spreadsheet-WriteEx~ [0.42] Write to a cross platform Excel binar +y file 3. Spreadsheet-WriteEx~ [0.42] Write to a cross platform Excel binar +y file 4. Spreadsheet-WriteEx~ [0.09] Convert a database table to an Excel +spreadsh~ 5. Spreadsheet-WriteEx~ [1.01] Create Excel Spreadsheet from XML 6. Spreadsheet-WriteEx~ [1.02] Create Excel Spreadsheet from XML 7. Spreadsheet-WriteEx~ [1.02] Create Excel Spreadsheet from XML 8. Spreadsheet-WriteEx~ [0.03] A simple single-sheet Excel document ppm> install 6

In reply to Re: Re: Re: problems installing Spreadsheet::WriteExcel by jsprat
in thread problems installing Spreadsheet::WriteExcel by dannoura

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