joel at fysh.org
Wed Sep 13 20:55:11 CEST 2006
On Wed, Sep 13, 2006 at 09:49:38PM +0300, Octavian Rasnita wrote:
> I have tried to install the ConfigLoader plugin under Windows using cpan,
> because I couldn't find a ppm distribution of it.
> This plugin depends on Data::Visitor::Callback that also need to be
> installed using cpan, because there is no ppm distribution for it.
> I couldn't install this module because it also depends on Test::use::ok and
> cpan gives errors when trying to compile it with Visual C++ 6, but I was
> able to find a ppm distribution for Test::use::ok.
> After finding that ppm distro, I was able to install Data::Visitor::Callback
> and ConfigLoader Catalyst plugin using cpan.
> Isn't there a more elegant solution for this?
Well, you could use gcc, or use Strawberry Perl, or bug ActiveState to
ppm'ify a lot more CPAN modules. I'm guessing there's no PPM of
Config::Any either -- did that install OK from CPAN?
You could try Cygwin, too. My experience is that ActiveState Perl is
best avoided, but I haven't used Windows in quite a while, so maybe
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