Thank you for your kind words.
>Perhaps you (or someone else) could add a footnote addressing some of the cross-platform issues in installing modules.
It would have to be somebody else. I am in complete agreement with St. Larry Wall, who teaches:
|Perl is, in intent, a cleaned up and summarized version of that wonderful semi-natural language known as "Unix".
But you are right, there are many levels of enlightenment, and it would be nice if somebody could amend instructions for those multitudes who walk Another Path.
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