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ActivePerl 5.10.0.1003 and a Trick Question
by Kendra Penrose

Kendra Penrose, May 16, 2008

Q: What's better than May Long Weekend? A: Nothing, eh! Well, I suppose the new release of ActivePerl comes pretty darn close. That's right! We've just released ActivePerl 5.10.0.1003 and it's yours for the taking. In addition to adding the...

Q: What's better than May Long Weekend?
A: Nothing, eh!

Well, I suppose the new release of ActivePerl comes pretty darn close.

That's right! We've just released ActivePerl 5.10.0.1003 and it's yours for the taking.

In addition to adding the DBD::Oracle module, ActivePerl 5.10.0.1003 includes new modules for encrypting web connections using https, creating color graphs and charts, and automating interaction with websites.

NOTE: OS X builds will now require a minimum version of 10.4

 

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Kendra Penrose is our Marketing and Communications Manager. When she isn't "marketing and communicating" she can be found hiking, doing yoga, listening to tunes, eating yummy food, and hanging out with family and friends. She originally hails from the non-profit sector but has found her home in IT.

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I see the post you have on Active State says Active Perl 5.10 now comes with DBD::Oracle. I need to know what the easiest way is to install it. I have a Win Server 2003 64 bit machine running Perl 5.10 64 bit. It doesn't matter which version of DBD::Oracle I use I just need to get it up and running on my machine. How can I do this?