++. Great tutorial. Thanks!

Unfortunately if you do a...
ppm> set repository idnopheq http://idnopheq.perlmonk.org/perl/packag +es ppm> set save
You cannot use the ppm search facility. The install ModuleName works great though. That's how far I got last time I did a PPM. It's a bit frustrating! It looks like you need to use PPM::SOAPServer to enable this. Unfortunately, I don't think this runs on Windows.

The way that I got around using MSVC was to compile ActivePerl from source. You don't get the html docs or ppm, but if you compile Activeperl over an existing copy of ActivePerl, ppm and the html docs still work.

Simon Flack ($code or die)
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