#7 Perl IDE run error

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nobody
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2003-09-17
2003-09-17
Anonymous
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Hi,

I downloaded the Perl IDE from your web site along with
the 5.8 patch and tried to run the Hello.pl program. I
did this in the IDE once successfully, but since then, I've
selected 'RUN' and nothing happens. The
acForceScriptTermination option is the only option I
have after that, and it tells me:

Can't locate IO/Socket/INET.pm in @INC (@INC
contains: .. . c:/Apps/perl/lib c:/Apps/perl/site/lib .)
at ../perl5db.pl line 44.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at ../perl5db.pl line 44.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted.

Do I need to register my product or get a license?

I try to find the IO/Socket folder, but it is not there.

Please let me know what I am doing incorrectly.

Thanks,
Kenn Jacoby
Eastman Kodak Company
Kenneth.Jacoby@kodak.com

Discussion

  • Andrew Scheller

    Andrew Scheller - 2003-09-25

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    I've found you'll get this error if you use an old version of Perl.
    Use a more recent version of Perl (from
    http://www.activestate.com/Products/ActivePerl/ ), and this
    error should disappear.

     
  • Andrew Scheller

    Andrew Scheller - 2003-09-25

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    I've found you'll get this error if you use an old version of Perl.
    Use a more recent version of Perl (from
    http://www.activestate.com/Products/ActivePerl/ ), and this
    error should disappear.

     
  • Andrew Scheller

    Andrew Scheller - 2003-09-25

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    user_id=287622

    I've found you'll get this error if you use an old version of Perl.
    Use a more recent version of Perl (from
    http://www.activestate.com/Products/ActivePerl/ ), and this
    error should disappear.

     
  • Andrew Scheller

    Andrew Scheller - 2003-09-26

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    Whoops, how'd that happen?! Sorry, I didn't mean to post
    three times :-(

     

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