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Re: Win32 on HTML::Tidy

by dorko (Parson)
on Mar 21, 2007 at 20:59 UTC ( #605919=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Win32 on HTML::Tidy

At the risk of being pedantic, if you were looking at the tests on the Activestate site, Perl modules requiring external programs for their functionality will show that they fail. This is because Activestate has automated the module installation process and installs the modules on a plain Windows installation with no other programs installed.

In many cases, if you can get the requisite software installed, you can then install the module in question using the techniques listed in A Guide to Installing Modules.

Often times, once the module is installed, others will create a PPM and make it available (as is the case in this discussion with the Bribes repository).

Just a little back ground that may or may not be helpful.



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[Corion]: Meh, I found another Amazon "used" scam reseller... If a product sells for "almost new" at half the price, it's a scam, most likely...
[ambrus]: Corion: that's not true. Actually for Christmas and Thanksgiving, a lot of people buy electronics such as cameras as present, then many of them figure out they don't need it,
[ambrus]: and the electronics gets reselled almost new, but it has to be sold at half price because otherwise everyone chooses to buy the new product which has fewer risk of selling damaged products labelled as almost new.
[ambrus]: You can actually get a lot of useful cheap really almost new products that way, with only a little risk of scams.

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