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how can i install perl model in win32

 



webhay
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May 26, 2001, 3:22 PM

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how can i install perl model in win98 like CGI.pm and DBI.pm



freddo
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May 26, 2001, 3:26 PM

Post #2 of 6 (1531 views)
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Hi webhay,

i think CGI.pm is installed with the ActiveState distribution on win98, to install more module, type ppm at the command prompt (type help there if you want more infos) then type install DBI to install the DBI module (for example).

freddo

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webhay
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May 26, 2001, 4:30 PM

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thanks freddo

hytaham



Cure
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May 26, 2001, 10:37 PM

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ppm means Perl Package Manager.. It's a program to allow a user to d/l modules...


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yapp
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Sep 26, 2001, 1:17 AM

Post #5 of 6 (1500 views)
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I'm using the ActiveState perl port to windows, and I've heared about ppm.. BUT: I can't install a module! Recently I downloaded some things for MySQL. My ppm program just gives errors about 'can't install module blah blah blah'. Most frustating, and it seams ppm requires some extra file included.

I'm also worderen about the make program. Most module documentations just say something like make, make test to install the module. Unfortunately that doen't exist under windows. (we have setup.exe packages ;))



rGeoffrey
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Sep 26, 2001, 12:49 PM

Post #6 of 6 (1498 views)
Re: how can i install perl model in win32 [In reply to] Can't Post

On windows you can use nmake. It can be collected from that small startup in Remond through this link.

The only change then is that when the instructions for installing a module shows 'make' you type 'nmake'.


 
 


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