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Dear monks,

Since I need to install a lot of Activestate-Perl-Modules by PPM, I am just writing a little setup script which works fine. Just one problem: it is by far too slow, since I install perl and a lot of modules on a network filesystem. Building html requires lots of time. I searched perlmonks and even google for an answer, but still haven't found what I've been looking for.

Q:\downloads\ppm-modules>ppm install Win32-Env-0.03.ppmx
Unpacking Win32-Env-0.03...done
Generating HTML for Win32-Env-0.03...done
Updating files in site area...done
2 files installed

Generating HTML takes up to 5 minutes per module.

Do you know a way to prevent generation of HTML documentation after installation of each single module with ppm install modulename.ppdx ?

I can create the documentation at the end with something like perl -MActivePerl::DocTools -e "UpdateHTML('wait')"

Best regards,
perl -e "s>>*F>e=>y)\*martinF)stronat)=>print,print v8.8.8.32.11.32"


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