Updating cpan

Perl is a programming language suitable for writing simple scripts as well as complex applications - see https://org Strawberry Perl is a perl environment for MS Windows containing all you need to run and develop perl applications.It is designed to be as close as possible to perl environment on UNIX systems.After installing the perl you need to just run the following commands from command prompt: NOTE: HTTP:: Server:: Simple and WWW:: Mechanize have to be installed with "notest" as some of the tests hang up.

Click on the link for Business:: ISBN (or click here) and you will see the page for that module, written by brian d foy (yes, he writes his name in lower-case letters), author of Learning Perl, 6th ed. You're looking at an HTML version of the documentation for the Business:: ISBN module that you'll get if you install it.Every module that you install or have on your system already comes with its own documentation that you can view in a terminal with perldoc.Following the instructions below will install the basic set of Catalyst modules, on top of which you can use CPAN to install the other modules you need for authentication, authorization, models and so on, typically by adding them as dependencies to your project's To install from CPAN you have to choose Strawberry Perl that fully supports CPAN and comes with all required dev tools (gcc, make, ...) pre-installed.It is recommended to choose version 5.8.9 or 5.10.1 or 5.12.0 (or higher).NOTE: Despite the fact that nearly all Catalyst::* modules are written in pure perl there are many other modules in Catalyst dependency chain that are implemented in C/XS thus are platform dependant (and for installation from CPAN you will need C/C compiler).

As mentioned above the CPAN is the primary release point for Catalyst and all related modules.

If precompiled packages (discussed later) aren't available, or if they are of an older version than the version of Catalyst you want to install, you can go the If you just got a Catalyst Application and want to run it, it is very likely that Catalyst:: Runtime will not be enough.

You will probably need to install additional dependencies required by your application.

Let's look at the documentation on your system for the Getopt:: Long module: Now enter Getopt:: Long in the search box at the top of the web page and follow the first link.

Aside from the table of contents at the top, it will be the same as the result you got in your terminal window.

Some operating systems such as , you can find Catalyst packages in the