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Test new modules in a sandbox before installing them using INSTALL_BASE or cpanm -L...

Test new versions of perl in a sandbox before installing them :) you can install many different portable perl distributions like strawberry/citrusperl or the .zip download of activestate (provide you edit install.bat), and most good ones won't diddle your registry to add themselves to path or setupassociations if you ask :)
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In reply to Re: tool for managing perl in win32 (PATH/PERLLIB/INSTALL_BASE) by Anonymous Monk
in thread tool for managing perl in win32 by xiaoyafeng

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