Khurrum has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
Hi i have been playing around with SOAP::Lite using ActiveState's ActivePerl distribution on Windows. I used the PPM repositories to install SOAP::Lite but now i want to use SOAP::Lite with my Perl script on a Linux machine.
It seems that ActiveState does not maintain PPM repositories for Linux. So would anyone be able to suggest on what path i should follow. I actually want to write an installation package, which i can run in Linux and it would install SOAP::Lite and the required prereqs on its own without any user interaction. It is a safe assumption that the system will have ActivePerl 5.8. I have looked into CPAN but installing SOAP::Lite seems like a pain because it requires a lot of user interaction where it keeps asking to append pre-reqs after pre-reqs. I just want to have SOAP::Lite properly installed with minimum user interaction
Can someone please help me out or point me in the right direction. Thanks in advance.