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This is only the first version! I started to make this 2 days ago!

About installation package. Well, to use it you need to install a lot of Modules, including wxPerl, Wx::ActiveX, Pod::POM and Regexp::Common.

But the bigger problem is with the module Wx::ActiveX, that you need to compile it by your self, since you can't find PPM versions of it. And to compile you need to have wxPerl source compiled, and to Have wxPerl compile you need wxWindows (some about 15Mb)! And without tell that compile all of this on Win32 is sux, since you don't have a defalt gcc compiler, that you need to donwload. I'm just making the life easier for who want to use my tool.

Now I'm taking a look in wxMozilla (a new project), to avoid the use of Internet Explorer, and can have it on Linux. ;-P

The source?! Is only 2 files, pod2html.mod and But you have them in the package too! Take a look in the README.html, you will see that it still Open Source. And the part that convert POD to HTML I let it free from the GUI app, to the users can use it.

Graciliano M. P.
"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".

In reply to Re: Re: POD-Browser 0.01 released. by gmpassos
in thread POD-Browser 0.01 released. by gmpassos

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