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Azad
2006-05-06
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  • Azad
    Azad
    2006-05-06

    I want to install Codestricker on a Windows server.
    It is said, to use ActivePerl 5.6 <- in the installation documents
    After all the configurations, and all the preparatives installations, I launch the install.pl script. And here comes the BOOM :)
    It indicates me Template (or Template-Toolkit) module is missing, and I should try installing it with the ppm line. BUT, I don't find a website having Template ready for ppm install .... (for active perl 5.6.x)

    So , how can I do ??

    Everything works fine with Linux installation.

     
    • David Sitsky
      David Sitsky
      2006-05-08

      Hmmm... I take it you followed these instructions that install.pl should have outputted?

      If so - can you show me what error messages you received?

      Cheers,
      David

      These can be installed by doing the following in PPM 2.0 (the version of ppm is
      displayed when you start it up).

      C:\&gt; ppm

      PPM> set repository oi http://openinteract.sourceforge.net/ppmpackages
      PPM> set save
      PPM> install (package-name)

      For PPM 3.0:

      C:\&gt; ppm
      PPM> rep add oi http://openinteract.sourceforge.net/ppmpackages
      PPM> install (package-name)

      *NOTE* The Template package name may not be "Template" but "Template-Toolkit"
      when entering the commands above.

      http://openinteract.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/twiki/view/OI/ActivePerlPackages
      has more information if you still have problems.

       
      • Azad
        Azad
        2006-05-10

        Here are the answers I get :
        using ppm3 for :
        1)install Template
        Error: Failed to download URL
        http://openinteract.sourceforge.net/ppmpackages/Template.ppd: 404 Not Found
        2)install Template-Toolkit
        Error: no suitable installation target found for package Template-Toolkit

        using ppm for:
        1)install Template
        Error installing package 'Template': Could not locate a PPD file for package Template
        2)install Template-Toolkit
        Error installing package 'Template-Toolkit':Read a PPD for 'Template-Toolkit', but it is not intended for this build of Perl <MSWin32-x86-multi-thread>

        I added all the ppm adresses i found. Follow all the instructions given.
        Is it because I'm using a Pentium4 HT???

        For information, I can't also connect to : http://openinteract.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/twiki/view/OI/ActivePerlPackages -> PAGE NOT FOUND

        If someone has an idea, welcome to speak. :)
        Thanks

         
        • Azad
          Azad
          2006-05-10

          Just to add some informations, when I do 'search Template-Toolkit' he find 5 modules, but don't want to install none of them ...

          Bizarre stuff...

           
        • David Sitsky
          David Sitsky
          2006-05-11

          Seems like that web-site has died.  The Codestriker error message also indicates the following ppm repository:

          http://theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca/ppmpackages/

          Try adding this repository using the syntax output from the install.pl as was done for the openinteract repository - I believe you should have more luck.  I'll update the script to refer to just this repository.

          Let me know if that fixes your problem.

           
          • Azad
            Azad
            2006-05-12

            Thanks,
            http://theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca/ppmpackages/
            has fix the problem.
            I delete the adress and write it again and it works this time.

            Thanks a lot