> No doubt problems of my own doing, but anyway.
> > Also, other current problems include:
> > - It's a company PC, we have a strict anti-piracy-on-company-pc policy.
> > I've got VS.NET <http://VS.NET> <http://VS.NET>, but I can't install
> ActivePerl if I
> > don't have a license. Any chance of using an alternative, like for
> > instance Cygwin's Perl? (I'm not a big fan of Cygwin due to it's major
> > lack of stability, but anyway, it would get the job done).
> Why do you need a license for activeperl???
> Read their LA here:
Ah, thanks :-).
I much prefer not to install more software as it always breaks something on
Cygwin is very unintrusive, so if I can use the Perl that comes with it, I
would prefer that.
I don't have time to play with building today though, my weekend is very
busy with paid work.
Don't mistake me - I *will* work on it, but it won't be right now.
Received on Fri Apr 1 18:50:47 2005