mod_perl is now available as a PPM file.kbro wrote:I've used ActiveState Perl for several years so I'm a big fan of PPM. However, I'm starting some development that will be targeted on a mod_perl installation so I really wanted that in place to minimise the differences.
In earlier addons with a pl1 or pl2 in the addon name there were a some issues that came to light and installing the full addon minus the pl# in the name seemed to fix the issues or as some did install the full ActivePerl manually.kbro wrote:What sorts of problems do you think I might run into that I would avoid by switching to ActivePerl?
This is an XAMPP For Windows forum so I would not expect such comments in here.kbro wrote:(Note to other readers: Please resist the urge to tell me to develop on a Linux box rather than a Windows machine - I've already got one, but it needs a memory upgrade before it's usable!)
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