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From: Carlin Anderson
January 8, 2002 07:01
Message ID: F14cxtniFKULPEhGD1X0000321d@hotmail.com
Does it matter what version of perl is currently running (I am on 5.61), and
are there any concerns on using the automatic installation process against a
production environment? Does the automatic process pick the right version
of the module based on what is already installed?
----Original Message Follows----
To: TS <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: modules
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2001 12:27:27 +0200 (CEST)
On Fri, 5 Oct 2001, TS wrote:
> I use perl 5.005_03.
> how do I find out what modules are installed ?
$perl -MCPAN -e autobundle
This will first search for all installed module. Then it will search the
cpan archive for updates...
Perhaps you need answere a few question if this is the very first time you
connect to CPAN. But it's easy. Just do it:-)
> and how do I add new modules ?(where are they
$perl -e MCPAN -e 'install MODUL_NAME::xxx'
this will search the archive after module namedd MODUL_NAME::xxx and
install it. If this module need other modules to work ok. The installation
prossess will automatic fix this.
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by Carlin Anderson