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Re: installing cpan

by zork42 (Monk)
on Jul 01, 2013 at 17:06 UTC ( #1041891=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to installing cpan

If, as Jim asked, you are using ActivePerl from ActiveState, these links might be useful:
  1. Perl Modules with ActivePerl and PPM (Perl Package Manager)
  2. PPM Index - index of available modules
  3. Text-CSV 1.32 - comma-separated values manipulator (using XS or PurePerl)
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Re^2: installing cpan
by shushant (Novice) on Jul 02, 2013 at 08:16 UTC
    I am sorry , actually I am very new to all this and have used it for the first time . I am using perl 5.16.3 , from padre . hope it clarifies whether it is ActivePerl from ActiveState.
      Padre runs everywhere :) Run this and report the output,
      #!/usr/bin/perl -- print "$] $^X\n"; print "INC: $_\n" for @INC; print "\n"; print "system $^X, '-V';\n"; system $^X, '-V'; print "\n\n\nsystem qw/ perl -V /;\n"; system qw/ perl -V /;
        Padre runs everywhere :)
        I know, but it's installed as standard with "DWIM Perl", hence my guess :)
      No problem :)
      padre is actually an IDE, not a source of Perl.
      You might be running "DWIM Perl" (Perl - Download - Windows)
      Can you type "perl -v" (without the ""s) in a dos box and post the results here?

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