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I was using Padre and DWIM Perl, following Gabor Szabo's instructions at

I have just uninstalled DWIM Perl and installed Strawberry Perl (64bit) for Windows into C:\Strawberry on my hard drive.

The README.txt file tells me to run the following commands to manually set some environment variables:

c:\myperl\ ... this is REQUIRED!

c:\myperl\ ... this is OPTIONAL

When I tried to run c:\Strawberry\ I got the error message "The system cannot find the path specified." Hovever, there was a file "relocation.txt" in C:\Strawberry which appeared to run successfully. I can't find any files similar to however.

I liked the convenince of Padre, but don't want to run into more problems due to not being kept up to date. I also have Notepad++. What to you recommend?

Thanks for all your help. I'll probably have more questions later.

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