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Thanks marto,

Wow, do you have the entire CPAN as PPMs? PPM4 said "Don't know how to unpack ... " the zip file. So I tried it with PPM3 and got:

C:\Documents and Settings\johnday.MERCURY>ppm3 install http://trouchel error: can't parse <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? <SOFTPKG NAME="Data-ICal" VERSION="0,13,0,0" <TITLE>Data-ICal</TITLE <ABSTRACT>Generates iCalendar (RFC 2445) calendar files</ABSTRACT <AUTHOR>Jesse Vincent &lt;;</AUTHOR <IMPLEMENTATION <DEPENDENCY NAME="Class-ReturnValue" VERSION="0,0,0,0" / <DEPENDENCY NAME="Class-Accessor" VERSION="0,0,0,0" / <DEPENDENCY NAME="MIME-Base64" VERSION="0,0,0,0" / <DEPENDENCY NAME="Text-vFile-asData" VERSION="0,0,0,0" / <OS NAME="MSWin32" / <ARCHITECTURE NAME="MSWin32-x86-multi-thread-5.8" / <CODEBASE HREF="MSWin32-x86-multi-thread-5.8/" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal" VERSION="0.13" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::Alarm::Audio" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::Alarm::Display" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::Alarm::Email" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::Alarm::Procedure" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::Event" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::FreeBusy" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::Journal" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::TimeZone" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::TimeZone::Daylight" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::TimeZone::Standard" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Entry::Todo" / <PROVIDE NAME="Data::ICal::Property" VERSION="0.06" / </IMPLEMENTATION </SOFTPKG : unclosed token at line 1, column 0, byte 0 at C:/Perl/site/lib/XML/Par line 187
But I downloaded the zip file, and I am sure I can do a manual install tomorrow if necessary.


UPDATED: Now I see why, you support PPM4 at build 820! I am on 819.

In reply to Re^2: Need advice on CPAN install please... by jdtoronto
in thread Need advice on CPAN install please... by jdtoronto

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