ishigaki at tcool.org
Wed Feb 13 20:58:29 EST 2008
Well, note that the instruction is for ActivePerl 5.8.8 build
820 to 822. I haven't finished building a 5.10 repository as
several important modules don't pass the tests (or even compile).
So, if you have installed ActivePerl 5.10, you might want to
downgrade it first.
Disabling other repositories is a bit clumsy but this is strongly
recommended as the default repository provided by ActiveState
tends to install rather older (and usually XS disabled) packages,
even if other repositories have better versions. Follow the links
from http://ppm.tcool.org/dist/Jifty/at/tcool to see which
repository has which version of dependencies.
In any case, you are always able to use good old CPAN.pm or
CPANPLUS to install dependencies. Some of them look (and maybe
are actually) broken for Win32, but you usually can use the
"force" to ignore broken tests. *cough*
This is applicable to the flavored perls (Strawberry or Vanilla).
They may be harder to install things if you are a Win32-only
person, but if you know what you are doing, they are said to
be more straightforward (for the Unix-oriented people, obviously).
I admit the instruction needs fleshing out, but the situation
is a bit too complicated right now.
Kenichi Ishigaki aka charsbar/tcool
On Wed, 13 Feb 2008 14:28:57 -0600, "Andrew Hanenkamp" <sterling at hanenkamp.com> wrote:
>On 2/13/08, Ali M. <tclwarrior at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can I install and use jifty on windows 2003, IIS6 and Sql 2005?
>Here's the instructions that have been contributed to the fledgeling Jifty
>For Windows ActivePerl users, a PPM repository is available (which is
>> maintained by a Jifty committer). This will allow you to easily install
>> Jifty and it's requirements from prebuilt packages.
>> First, launch the GUI version of PPM and register the repository. Go to
>> the B<Preferences> menu and add U<http://ppm.tcool.org/archives/>. Next,
>> you will need to disable the other repositories by clicking the yellow icons
>> next to each.
>> To finish, search for Jifty, mark it, and install the package.
>> See L<http://ppm.tcool.org/> if you're using older versions of ActivePerl.
>That needs a little fleshing out, but I think it should be helpful.
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