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Re^8: Quick way to set up columns with Class::DBI ?

by jfrm (Monk)
on Aug 21, 2006 at 17:08 UTC ( #568617=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^7: Quick way to set up columns with Class::DBI ?
in thread Quick way to set up columns with Class::DBI ?

I've now got Rose installed on my client but it's failing on my server due to DateTime. I noticed your mention of the "DateTime PPM hunt" - does this mean you know something I should know??

WRT DateTime only, so far the following modules have failed with CPAN but I have installed them using PPM:


But DateTime itself doesn't seem to be on the AS repository and CPAN won't install it either. Stuck again...any pointers?
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Re^9: Quick way to set up columns with Class::DBI ?
by siracusa (Friar) on Aug 21, 2006 at 17:29 UTC

    The "DateTime PPM hunt" recalls the time I tried to get DateTime installed on Windows and had to track down a PPM. I've long since forgotten where I found it. Maybe take a look at these mailing list posts to find some pointers. this one seems promising, assuming you know what to do with a "PPD file" (I don't).

    There's also this list of pre-built PPM files which appears to include DateTime and related modules. (Also available for "ActiveState 6xx," whatever that means). The DateTime page at that site has a bunch of PPM-related links at the bottom.

      Yes, this Winnipeg server is the bottom line best answer. It seems to have a lot more win32 packages ready to go than Active State. I've installed with very little problem. Thanks. Now, after 2 days getting it installed, I need to get coding...! 8o)

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