|P is for Practical|
Re: Installing modules on Win32by toadi (Chaplain)
|on Jul 17, 2000 at 16:03 UTC||Need Help??|
Like said before use the right version of perl for the modules.
When using activestate use ppm , this is a nice tool for installing packages.
But I like dynamicstate more. Because of the fact you can install from activestate, dynamicstate and from cpan all with a som clicking in a browser!!! It does this all nicely even installing/compiling from cpan.
On a side-note it also has a apache with cgi to test your scripts in it's distribution.
Check it out. Try them both an read the docs coming with them!
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