thanks for the info
i have installed strawberry perl to the default c:\strawberry , but when i
run the cpan client and try to install modules it will install everything to
the activestate perl default folder c:\perl , so i have tried it again after
renaming the c:\perl to something else and now it have installed modules to
the mentioned error:(Can't call method "STORE" ...) also there with the
it is useful to have stawberry perl since many cpan modules have no
counterpart ppm activestate modules
Sean Healy wrote:
> As of October 20, Strawberry Perl is out!
> It comes in two varieties: 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199.
> One caveat - you can only install it to the C or D drive, and there is
> a separate download for each option. (But you could build it yourself
> and put it anywhere you want if that limitation really bothers you.)
> Win32::GUI builds cleanly out of the box with 188.8.131.52, thanks to work
> done earlier by Laurent Rocher. (At least, I think that's who did the
> work to make Win32::GUI build with dmake instead of Visual Studio.)
> I even ran a few of the test scripts in the demo folder, and they run
> fine. (By the way, I got the error 'Can't call method "STORE" on an
> undefined value during global destruction' when exiting Notepad.pl.)
> To install Win32::GUI on Strawberry Perl:
> Run the CPAN client. (It can be found in c:\strawberry\perl\bin\, but
> there's also a Strawberry Perl item in the start menu from which you can
> run the CPAN client.)
> In the client, type 'install ExtUtils::FakeConfig' and hit enter.
> When that's done, type 'install Win32::GUI' and hit enter.
> That's all there is to it.
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