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I looked and Search-sitemap, WWW-sitemap-XML, and others are there. What specific module are you looking for?

One thing is to add more repositories to ppm. Go into Edit|Preferences|Repositories. The U of Winnipeg site sometimes has stuff not available yet in the main repository - of course ppm will slow down for the db re-sync when more repositories are involved.

One big thing that slows down package availability for Windows is when some Unix feature is used that doesn't work on Windows. A pure Perl module can show up pretty fast, I noticed that WWW-sitemap-XML was just released a couple of days ago on CPAN.

If you do get into the business of making some module yourself for Active Perl, use ppm to install mingw, the C compiler (yes, that is a package in ppm!) - that will also install the proper kind of make. However as I mentioned before, some work can be required as probably some test is failing due to some Unix thing not working on Windows.

In reply to Re: Sitemap with ActiveState by Marshall
in thread Sitemap with ActiveState by vit

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