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Which tutorials would you recommend? I know how to write a module; my problem is not knowing how to make it available without conflicting in some way with PPM (something I use without understanding). The only two that look as though they might be relevant to PPM are Installing CPAN on a Windows system, which doesn't help as I don't want to buy Visual Studio, and HowTo build and distribute a PPMed module for Win32, which is about making packages for PPM. Again, I don't - I just want to avoid conflicts. By the same token, I have no plans to release on CPAN, and am highly nervous of any book that doesn't profess in bold type that all species of U*x will be ignored utterly. I'm very much writing for Excel, and while I accept that Linux is better, I need Messware solutions and have too much experience of documentation that claims to be polyglot but is utterly incompatible with Messware in general and ActiveState in particular.


John Davies

In reply to Re^2: Adding user-defined modules under ActiveState by davies
in thread Adding user-defined modules under ActiveState by davies

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