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Yep, the Win32::OLE browser is nice. I compiled ActivePerl 629 source last week and it broke my OLE browser. I miss it and am contemplating re-installing from the MSI. Or I might just rewrite the OLE browser in Tk or Win32::GUI. If I do, I'll post it here.

I also notice that the ActivePerl source doesn't have the other nice things like ppm or the html docs. But mine worked because I compiled it on top of build 628.

I agree that the average script kiddie is unlikely to use PerlScript, but I think it's only a matter of time. It's just so easy to get into someone's system without them realising it.

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