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Here's a list of all the other repositories that I am aware of... If only there was a central one we could use (hint hint) that had ALL the modules in one place...
http://ppd.develop-help.com/ppd/ http://www.roth.net/perl/packages/ http://www.xray.mpe.mpg.de/~ach/ptk/ppm/ http://theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca/ppmpackages/ http://dada.perl.it/PPM http://jenda.krynicky.cz/perl http://rto.dk/packages/ http://openinteract.sourceforge.net/ppmpackages/ http://ppm.gingerall.cz http://www.epn.ml.org/~spurkis/Agent/repository http://homepage.eircom.net/~jmcnamara/perl

In reply to Re: CrazyPPM repository, interested? by beebware
in thread CrazyPPM repository, interested? by crazyinsomniac

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