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Whats the latest stable version of Perl?
I'm still using v5.6.1 build 633 ActiveState
spud01

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Msg#: 3432 posted 10:29 am on Jan 22, 2004 (gmt 0)

Just wondering Whats the latest stable version of Perl?

As I can't seem to verufy adn insatll new CPAN modules anymore on 5.6.1

Thx

 

spud01

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Msg#: 3432 posted 10:42 am on Jan 22, 2004 (gmt 0)

Reason I ask is because I want to upgrade the version of perl possibly, and get OpenSRS RCL working on the webserver.

Requiments for OpenSRS RCL:

- Perl 5.6 (if you would like to use RACE) or 5.005_03 or later == using 5.6.1
- Crypt::CBC == installed
- Crypt::Blowfish --- NOT INSTALLED
- Digest::MD5 == installed
- HTML::Template == installed
- MD5 == installed
- MIME:Base64 == installed
- Storable == installed
- Unicode::Map == installed
- Unicode::String --- NOT INSTALLED (wrong version of perl)
- XML::Parser == installed
- Date::Manip == installed
- A Web Server that allows CGI execution (e.g. Apache) == using IIS 5 / Windows 2000 Server.


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Msg#: 3432 posted 5:25 am on Jan 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

As of right now -- 5.8.3 is the latest stable release
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spud01

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Msg#: 3432 posted 2:22 pm on Jan 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

Thx

I'm trying to install 'OpenSRS RCL' on our webserver but coming unstuck.

and not sure if its because there is missing modules in the perl installation or its because it's not going to work under a Windows 2000 Server/IIS 5 environment.

Any ideas?

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