I would like to use treectrl 2.4.1 (published 2011-10-17). Unfortunatly it is not in the default teacup repository (only 2.4). I tried installing it with teacup with
teacup install file://C:/unzipFolder/
which errors "can't overwrite someRandomTempFile", I tried deleting the temp file, however I keep getting the same error, even though the file did not exist before I started teacup install.
Since this does not work for me a valuable workarround would be to just put the folder with treectrl into my working directory, however if I try yhis I get the following under windows:
I'm trying to use service broker on MS SQL server 2008R2,
To do that I'm using tclodbc (I'm using activetcl 8.5)
is there an option for me to use the service broker feature in just the same way queries are made?
I mean to issue query with the dbo for example:
As in natively ?
Or is it to intertwined for just tcl ?
When I execute the command set in the command invit, I'm having 2 path for perl
C:\Perl64\site\bin;C:\Perl64\bin AND C:\Perl\site\bin;C:\Perl\bin
Could you please tell me what it is and how to erase the last one please !
I have some applications written in C++ (VisualStudio 6) on Windows XP, using perlembed (linked against perlxxx.lib, distributed with perlxxx.dll)
now I need to rewrite my app at 64 bit and I would need to link to 64 bit version of the library, but I need it without installing 64 bit ActiveState Perl, is it available a zip version so I can extract lib and dll as libraries for a cross compilation ?
of course I will recompile at 64 bit with VS 2005
I get the following error when I use a script on a Windows Server with ActivePerl.
X-Died: Can not locate object method "new" via package "HTML :: HeadParser" at C :/ usr / lib / HTML / HeadParser.pm 114th line
Anyone have an idea or a solution to the problem?
I recently upgraded from Perl Dev 9.0.1 to 9.1.1. When i recompiled my application it is aborting right away with an error cannot find MSVC100.DLL. Does the new Perl Dev Kit require Visual C runtime 10.x on all the systems your compiled application runs on?
I will be learning and teaching Python, with teenagers using Windows laptops.
What editor do you recommend?
I have used UltraEdit with Perl and I understand that the new release has a Python formatting function. However, UltraEdit costs $60.00.
Is there a better place to post this message?
I have a Perl script written a couple years ago that uses the tk::EntrySet package. With a new computer, I downloaded/installed ActivePerl but this package didn't appear as available in PPM. Looking around, I found that this package has build failures after Perl 5.10 ( http://code.activestate.com/ppm/Tk-EntrySet/ ). Is this package no longer supported? Is the only alternative re-writing the script or pay for a commercial license in order to get the 5.10 download?
Can't seem to find any .. working method online to automatically elevate .exe files made with PDK, so here's one in case anyone is in need. A better method WOULD be nice though, in case anyone knows of one..
Anyways, here's how:
1: Get the attached zip file, it contains the files mentioned below.
2: Create a new .perlapp for perlexe.pl file, or open perlexe.pl in komodo and launch perlapp from there..
3: Add elevate.cmd and elevate.vbs (courtesy of Microsoft..) as bound files with Automatic at startup (extract) checked.
4: Add your ACTUAL program as a bound file. This would be a separate.exe file you'd want to run as administrator, e.g. prog.exe. Auto extract checked as in step 3.
You should also select "hide console (gui executeable)" in the options 2 tab, and anything else you'd need.
5: Change the system("elevate prog.exe") line in perlapp.pl to match your program, e.g. to yourprog.exe..
6: Add any icon sources if needed, e.g. the same icon you use for you ACTUAL program so it looks like it's the 'same file'.
7: Run perlapp (Click "make executeable"..). The resulting exe file contains your actual program, the elevate.cmd/vbs files, and will run your program as administrator.