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Re: ActiveState Module Install Without PPMby imrags (Monk)
|on Jun 18, 2009 at 05:39 UTC||Need Help??|
If you have missed the dll file(as mentioned earlier), that could be one of ur problem
or the path to the file should be included in the script itself
Here's what i do when i use activestate perl.
1. I download the module (tar.gz) file
2. Extract it using WinRAR
3. Use Nmake to install the module (Nmake 1.5 from Microsoft)
4. Open the Pm file and check what modules it uses or
run "perl -e "use <Module Name>" from commandline
5. If it doesn't throw an error, it's working :)
else, you'll know which dependent module is not present...