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PPM - Programmer's Package Manager version 3.4.
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Entering interactive shell. Using Term::ReadLine::Perl as readline lib
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ppm> s Module-Build
Searching in Active Repositories
1. Module-Build [0.2801] Module-Build
2. Module-Build [0.2611] Build and install Perl modules
3. Module-Build-Convert [0.21] Module-Build-Convert
4. Module-Build-JSAN [0.01] Module-Build-JSAN
ppm> i 1
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