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Thanks NaN :) -
I've got :
... ActivePerl v.
... PPM v. 4.02, 2007 ActiveState SW. Inc.

c:\ppm install PPM-Profile
installs :
... C:\Perl\site\bin\
... C:\Perl\site\bin\ppmprofile.bat
... C:\Perl\html\bin\ppmprofile.html

C:\Perl\site\bin>ppmprofile save C:\profile.xml
ppmprofile.bat save is not supported for PPM4 yet at ppmprofile.bat line 94.

cat ppmprofile.bat :
. . 91 sub save { 92 my $profile = shift @ARGV || 'profile.xml'; 93 94 die "$0 save is not supported for PPM4 yet" if PPM4; 95 96 open(my $fh, ">", $profile) 97 || die "Can't open profile file:" . "$profile ($!)"; . .

OOps, seems my version of PPM doesn't support ppmprofile save / restore ... So I guess i'll have to try the other option in Upgrading from ActivePerl 5.8.x.

... 1 Use Window's Add / Remove Programs applet (accessible from the Control Panel) to uninstall ActivePerl.
... 2 Manually delete all directories beneath the Perl installation directory (by default C:\Perl) except the site\lib directory.
... 3 Install ActivePerl to the same directory (i.e., C:\Perl).
... 4 Use the ppm upgrade command to check for module updates.

Has anyone tried that yet ?
Best regards /

In reply to Re^2: Experience with ActivePerl 5.10 vs. 5.8 PPM incompability by ady
in thread Experience with ActivePerl 5.10 vs. 5.8 PPM incompability by ady

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