[Catalyst] Could use some help from people with Windows boxen...
davidslv at gmail.com
Mon Feb 22 12:56:40 GMT 2010
Linux isn't that hard to learn, i'm still learning every day.
As they said, you might expect that some modules won't work in windows. If
you can, and have time forget perl in windows and work in linux, it's
And i'm not a fanboy, i just think linux "stuff" should be in linux, and
windows stuff in windows.
2010/2/22 Mahmoud Mehyar <mamod.mehyar at gmail.com>
> On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 2:43 AM, Rodrigo <rodrigolive at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> What I'd like to know from you is:
>>> 1) How well does it work for you as Catalyst users on Windows?
>>> 2) Any modules that should be removed or added?
>>> I don't use Catalyst myself yet, I'm just a packager. Feedback will be
>>> very helpful.
> I'm using catalyst on windows for development purposes only, I'm happy wi=
> it and the performance is great so it can go live on windows with no issu=
> I think!
> The only problem I faced was installing the last version of catalyst and
> since I'm using last verion of Activestate Perl 5.10
> I had to do a lot of manual module installations, took some time, but at
> the end it all went just fine and now I have the latest version running
> smoothly :)
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