My concern over MySQL is that I get the impression the comprehensive installer installs MySQL and I'm scared about the implications for the Losedows registry of another installation - I don't want my registry keys overwritten or the BugZilla installation to become the default installation. Tragically, I have to use Losedows. Like most things in my life, what I am planning to do is Excel related.

The code claims it's looking for CGI v3.33 and TT 2.22. I have 3.49 and 2.22, so unless the installer is giving me some seriously misleading information, it's not a case of needing a newer version. According to CPAN, CGI 3.49 and TT 2.22 are the latest versions, anyway - unless I've misunderstood that, too.


John Davies

In reply to Re^2: PPM has module but BugZilla says it's missing by davies
in thread PPM has module but BugZilla says it's missing by davies

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