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The one thing that does irritate me, is "dependencies". I start screaming when I need to track through 3( or more ) dependency levels, when trying to install a module. What I would like to see are more "bundles", which let you get everything needed in one download, and prompts you if it detects newer versions, etc.

This is something I would be more interested in seeing. I have only been able to install one Module since i started perl about a month ago and that was Net::RawIP. Eversince then, I get this error:
530 Sorry, the maximum number of clients (2) from your host are alread +y connected. 421 Service not available, remote server has closed connection. Login failed. Local directory now /root/.cpan/sources/modules Not connected. Not connected. Not connected. Not connected. Not connected. Not connected. Not connected. Bad luck... Still failed! Can't access URL
when i know for a fact that the server is not full everytime I try to install a module via CPAN. Seeing more bundled modules with dependencies in tow would ease the troubles of installing modules manually.

"Es gibt mehr zu Leben als Bücher, kennen Sie. Aber nicht viel mehr " -(Der Smiths)

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