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…didn't you notice its not http://search.cpan.org/~tomc/ who releases this stuff?

Yes, naturally. Tom Christiansen wrote the utilities and brian d foy packaged them and uploaded the distribution to CPAN. As you said, there are Windows-thwarting Unixisms in both the code and the distribution. I'm missing your point here.

One obvious gripe, even after "successfully" installing Unicode::Tussle on Windows using cpan:  built-in paging of the standard output stream, which causes this problem on Windows…

C:\>unichars List form of pipe open not implemented at C:\Perl\site\bin/unichars li +ne 598. C:\>sed -n 598p C:\Perl\site\bin/unichars open(STDOUT, "|- :utf8", $his_pager, @pager_args); C:\>unichars --nopager 2>NUL | head ---- U+0000 NULL ---- U+0001 START OF HEADING ---- U+0002 START OF TEXT ---- U+0003 END OF TEXT ---- U+0004 END OF TRANSMISSION ---- U+0005 ENQUIRY ---- U+0006 ACKNOWLEDGE ---- U+0007 ALERT ---- U+0008 BACKSPACE ---- U+0009 CHARACTER TABULATION C:\>perl -v | head -8 This is perl 5, version 16, subversion 1 (v5.16.1) built for MSWin32-x +86-multi-thread (with 1 registered patch, see perl -V for more detail) Copyright 1987-2012, Larry Wall Binary build 1601 [296175] provided by ActiveState http://www.ActiveSt +ate.com Built Aug 30 2012 20:08:55 C:\>

In reply to Re^2: Installing Unicode::Tussle On Microsoft Windows With ActiveState ActivePerl by Jim
in thread Installing Unicode::Tussle On Microsoft Windows With ActiveState ActivePerl by Jim

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