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Re: Getting Fed Up with ActiveState

by imacat (Initiate)
on Dec 01, 2006 at 16:09 UTC ( #587222=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Getting Fed Up with ActiveState

As a Perl module author, I believe there are multiple ways of building/installing Perl modules for ActivePerl: PPM, nmake, CPAN or even CPANPLUS. It's documented in perlmodinstall(1).

If there's a PPM I'll use PPM (since it is pre-tested). If not, I'll try to built it myself with CPAN or nmake.

I understand that ActiveState is a commercial company and I can do not much about it. But we have several alternative solutions anyway.

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[erix]: ah, thanks Discipulus
[1nickt]: erix perhaps you could kindly point out your technique to roho and everyone will be happy.
[Discipulus]: but i'm also animalist, so i' hirted by 1nickt's sig: The way forward always starts with a mammal test... grin..
[erix]: I might if I did remember. It's probably somewhere in the site docs
[uhClem]: I don't favor that sort of thing around here but the place for our politics is wherever we live.
[uhClem]: And besides, the objection to it was off-topic.
[Discipulus]: 1nickt hide signature is a positive action; i think is not a solution here

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