Thank you all for your great help. I've downloaded modules, installed, and
tested it out. It worked.
From: Randy Kobes [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Thursday, December 23, 2004 8:43 AM
To: Sundaram Divya-QDIVYA1
Cc: 'Vitor'; Nguon, Vath; [email protected]
Subject: RE: Mailbox access via IMAP4 protocol from Windows client
On Thu, 23 Dec 2004, Sundaram Divya-QDIVYA1 wrote:
> This one seems to be the easiest to use:
> Its a different story if the module is available for ActiveState.
> We need to better identify and list the repositories for
> Perl Modules. The unavailability of some modules caused me
> to forego an upgrade of Perl earlier. Is there a way for
> users to contribute modules built for ActiveState Perl?
The PPM::Repositories module contains such a list of
As for searching, one can do that of course through the
ppm shell; also, I've added to our CPAN search engine:
the capability to return a list of Win32 repositories that
contain a given package, if available:
Right now the repositories (both for 6xx and 8xx builds)
in the database are the main ActiveState ones, as well
as the contributed ones at
There isn't, as far as I know, an easy method for a user to
add a particular ppm package to a repository. If ActiveState
doesn't have it (perhaps due to some problem in building or
testing the CPAN distribution), what you might try is asking
the maintainer of one of the contributed repositories to see
about adding it.
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