Re: [Autodia]: for Win98? without Perl?
- From: "Johannes Eble" <johannes eble-uebersetzungen de>
- To: <dia-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [Autodia]: for Win98? without Perl?
- Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 12:55:18 +0200
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 18:01:24 +0100 (IST)
From: Alan Horkan <horkana tcd ie>
To: dia-list gnome org
Subject: Re: [Autodia]: for Win98? without Perl?
Reply-To: dia-list gnome org
On Sat, 31 Aug 2002, Johannes Eble wrote:
Maybe rename the files?
I try and avoid problems with filenames by always giving Perl scripts a
.pl script (and ReadMe files a .txt even if i am using *nix)
Sometimes on windows it is best to put things in a directory/path that
does not contain any spaces in it. Without a more detailed description i
cannot really help and even them i am just geussing.
When you install Autodia there is a sub-directory called 'Autodia'
(beginning with a capital letter A). But there is also a file called
'autodia'. The directory and the file cause a name clash in Windoze.
Why not ask the AutoDia maintainer? He tried to be helpful last time i
I will do that, thanks for the hint.
I really dont recall any better way to do this than to just force yourself
to use Perl. I dont write perl but I dont let that stop me from using it.
The Perl in AutoDia is readable enough.
Probably, but Perl is ~=&$%! #_*->//\\ ;)
At least try it or explain why you wont use it before looking for
I *will* use Perl if there is no other easier way. I just don't want to have
to many interpreter languages on my computer that I don't use otherwise *if
there is another way*. I have read in the documentation that I need a
certain Perl module. This Perl module needs another Perl module to work. The
whole installation procedure seemed not too easy for me, and I wasn't sure
if the program was even thought for Windows. Therefore I asked these
(I have installed WinCVS before, a similar story: In addition I should have
TCL, Python, and cvs.exe installed, but I use Python anyway.)
Not meant as a complain, OpenSource is wonderful.
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