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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • and say "thank you". It's basically a cooperation between 3 people now.

    I'm the "coder" of the team that tries to make it all fit together on the perl end, Alias is the release manager, and kmx (he's not on use.perl, I don't think) helps us by building the c libraries and gcc toolchain binaries in order to be able to build Perl.

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    The new Strawberry Perl for Windows has been released! Check http://strawberryperl.com for it.
  • DBD::mysql should have been there already. We do build it in.
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    The new Strawberry Perl for Windows has been released! Check http://strawberryperl.com for it.
  • Well, it seems to me that you made some lucky guesses. I didn't. I wish these were tips on a welcome page, either a HTML page that the installer opens at the end, or on an introduction page on Strawberry Perl's website, with the link shown at the end of the installation.

    Something like this:

    Welcome to Strawberry Perl

    • Strawberry Perl put itself in your PATH. So go ahead, open a cmd console window, and type "perl -V".

    • Strawberry Perl comes with a preconfigured CPAN.pm, a make tool, and a C compiler. Everyth