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Tuesday December 20, 2005
09:21 AM

Catalyst In A Box

[ #28071 ]

Partly out of upgrade frustration, partly out of others shared hosting/PREFIX frustration, partly out of Catalyst development on my USB thumb drive, and partly because I can...I put together an uppack-and-run version or Catalyst with Template/TT view support for those who with to try out Catalyst with the minimal amount of effort.

Simply download CatInABox.tar.gz, unpack it to the location of your choice and double-click start.bat on windows, or run ./ from your favorite shell on *nix.

That's it. Now you're ready for: MyApp
cd MyApp
script/* -r

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  • ... we need more "Just Add Water" projects like this. Thanks!! Looking forward to trying it.

  • *FillInForm requires HTML::Parser 3.25 or above with has compiled XS code.
    If you are not loading the FillInForm plugin in your app, Catalyst will use the
    older non-xs version of HTML::Parser (also included).

    hm. if i am not loading FillInForm plugin, why do i care about HTML::Parser here? not quite sure what you are saying here.
    • Catalyst requires a version HTML::Entities, which is part of HTML::Parser. Any version works. FillInForm requires a newer XS verison og HTML::Parser, which in that package, only works on win32.

      So, if you're not loading FillInForm, ignore everything in that note, and what I've just said. :-)