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PPM Active Perl

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I have now ActivePerl- .How can I install with
ppm a modul from cpan. The ppm show me default just moduls from .

Sep 15 '08 #1
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hi there....

If you are getting Perl Package Manager utility window after typing the ppm in the cmd prompt then follow these steps:<br>
1.goto Edit-->select Preferences option<br>
2.In PPM references window, select Repositoires tab<br>
3.Add the name of the module which you want to install in Name: section<br>
4.In Location, add the full address of the module which you want to install<br>
5.Click Add & OK button<br>

You should able to see newly add module in the repository window, then mark the module for install then click run marked opition.<br>

Note: The above said steps is for Win2k OS <br>

hope you will be able to install the module successfully!!!!!

Sep 15 '08 #2

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You install activeperl modules from a PPM repository.
Sep 15 '08 #3

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And where can find them?
Sep 15 '08 #4

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And where can find them?
Remember, Google is your friend:
Sep 15 '08 #5

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And where can find them?
Also make sure to read the PPM instructions, because your next question will be "how do I add a reporitory to PPM"? All of the documentation comes with activeperl and is in a folder named activestate/activeperl on your hard drive. Open the folder and then open the documentation file.
Sep 15 '08 #6

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