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Subject: PPM-Repositories and PPM3
Hi, The docs for PPM::Repositories-0.09 say: # uncomment the following lines to automatically add them to your config # use PPM; # PPM::AddRepository( # "repository" => $rep, # "location" => $Repositories{$rep}->{location}, # "save" => 'yes'); On ActiveState's "PPM" discussion list I complained that I couldn't find the PPM module. Randy Kobes <randy@theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca> responded: I don't think you want to install the PPM module ... There is one on CPAN, but it's for version 2, whereas ActiveState's ppm is version 3. The problem with the above is that there was a change with ActiveState's ppm suite so that there is no longer any PPM.pm module; instead, the functionality has been split up into a bunch of PPM::* modules. You may want to let the author of PPM::Repositories know. The docs for PPM-Repositories-0.09 said to report bugs here, so that is what I have done. I am using perl, v5.8.2 built for MSWin32-x86-multi-thread Binary build 808 provided by ActiveState Corp. Regards, Martin Leese


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