Problems with the Windows version of XAMPP, questions, comments, and anything related.
um, yea..how do i disable perl
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I guess that Apache needs it!
You should also, if you could know how to get profit from it.
Read about modperl...
If you are using the standard ActivePerl at C:\Perl you could use it to log all your PMs. I once tryied to unify both perls and did a real mess.
I now keep both perls. But add a use lib 'c:\perl\lib', 'etc.'; at every script.
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