RE: Installing Perl/Tk on Win32

2001-04-11 Thread Andrew Bowman
From: Barbie [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] quote Installing CPAN modules requires that you have Microsoft DevStudio or nmake.exe installed. If you are installing modules that contain xs files, then you need DevStudio, otherwise you only need nmake.exe. You can download nmake from

Re: Installing Perl/Tk on Win32

2001-04-10 Thread jduncan
The ugh activestate ppm files are best for this sort of thing. On Tue, Apr 10, 2001 at 04:45:40PM +0100, Andrew Bowman wrote: I'm trying to install the Tk module on a Win32 system (I realise this is where my mistake lies, however, leaving that aside...). The docs say to: perl Makefile.PL

Re: Installing Perl/Tk on Win32

2001-04-10 Thread Dean
On Tue, Apr 10, 2001 at 04:45:40PM +0100, Andrew Bowman wrote: I'm trying to install the Tk module on a Win32 system (I realise this is where my mistake lies, however, leaving that aside...). The docs say to: If you don't really need to compile it yourself how's about: ppm install Tk?

RE: Installing Perl/Tk on Win32

2001-04-10 Thread Andrew Bowman
From: Dean [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] If you don't really need to compile it yourself how's about: ppm install Tk? Good idea - I can see PPM being useful if I have to persist with Win32 stuff! Thanks for the pointer James Dean. Andrew.

Re: Installing Perl/Tk on Win32

2001-04-10 Thread Robert Shiels
From: "Andrew Bowman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: Dean [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] If you don't really need to compile it yourself how's about: ppm install Tk? Good idea - I can see PPM being useful if I have to persist with Win32 stuff! Also, if you have any firewall problems, or a fast link

RE: Installing Perl/Tk on Win32

2001-04-10 Thread Andrew Bowman
From: Robert Shiels [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Also, if you have any firewall problems, or a fast link at work and a slow dialup at home Thanks again - I got it installed okay (no firewall probs). The laughable thing is that I have a fast link at home[1] and a slow ISDN at work (soon to be