libwww perl install

Jesse Stay jesse at thestays.org
Thu Jun 28 10:43:33 MDT 2007


Are you using ActiveState or normal Perl?  With Activestate Perl you
might want to consider finding the PPM.

Jesse

On 6/27/07, Sterling Jacobson <sterling at ilc-it.net> wrote:
> Nevermind, I used cpan to upgrade everything...
>
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> Stupid question.
>
> If I want to install the libwww-perl-5.805 module do I just copy the files from the download into the already installed perl directories?
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> This is on Windows.
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