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Re^4: berrybrew installation

by Cow1337killr (Monk)
on Feb 12, 2017 at 04:35 UTC ( #1181784=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: berrybrew installation
in thread berrybrew installation

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. (I moved berrybrew.zip to C:\berrybrew-programs and extracted it using + 7-Zip. ) (I had to create the berrybrew directory myself.) C:\Documents and Settings\User1\My Documents>cd C:\berrybrew\ C:\berrybrew>C:\berrybrew-programs\berrybrew\bin\berrybrew.exe config This is berrybrew, version 1.09 Would you like to add berrybrew to PATH? y/n [n] C:\berrybrew> =================================== New cmd window =================== +================= Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:\Documents and Settings\User1\My Documents>cd "C:\berrybrew-programs +\berrybrew\bin\" C:\berrybrew-programs\berrybrew\bin>berrybrew available The following Strawberry Perls are available: 5.24.0_64 5.24.0_64_PDL 5.24.0_32 5.22.2_64 5.22.2_64_PDL 5.22.2_32 5.22.1_64 5.22.1_32 5.20.3_64 5.20.3_64_PDL 5.20.3_32 5.20.3_32_PDL 5.18.4_64 5.18.4_32 5.16.3_64 5.16.3_32 5.14.4_64 5.14.4_32 5.12.3_32 5.10.1_32 * Currently using C:\berrybrew-programs\berrybrew\bin>berrybrew install 5.24.1_32 Unknown version of Perl Use the available command to see what versions of Strawberry Perl are +available C:\berrybrew-programs\berrybrew\bin>berrybrew install 5.24.0_32 Downloading http://strawberryperl.com/download/5.24.0.1/strawberry-per +l-5.24.0.1-32bit-portable.zip to C:\berrybrew\temp\str awberry-perl-5.24.0.1-32bit-portable.zip Confirming checksum ... Extracting C:\berrybrew\temp\strawberry-perl-5.24.0.1-32bit-portable.z +ip The following Strawberry Perls are available: 5.24.0_64 5.24.0_64_PDL 5.24.0_32 [installed] 5.22.2_64 5.22.2_64_PDL 5.22.2_32 5.22.1_64 5.22.1_32 5.20.3_64 5.20.3_64_PDL 5.20.3_32 5.20.3_32_PDL 5.18.4_64 5.18.4_32 5.16.3_64 5.16.3_32 5.14.4_64 5.14.4_32 5.12.3_32 5.10.1_32 * Currently using C:\berrybrew-programs\berrybrew\bin>berrybrew switch 5.24.0_32 Switched to 5.24.0_32, start a new terminal to use it. C:\berrybrew-programs\berrybrew\bin>

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Re^5: berrybrew installation
by stevieb (Canon) on Feb 12, 2017 at 15:55 UTC

    For some reason, the most recent releases of Strawberry Perl didn't make it into the zip file on my last release (there should be 5.24.1 and 5.22.3).

    Fetching from the repo works properly, but not the zip file. I just spun up a Windows AWS instance to test this after I read your output, and will have this corrected today.

    Thanks!

    -stevieb

    update: I've fixed the issue in the v1.10 branch, but I am going to do more work on it before I merge in the changes to the master branch. For now, if you copy the contents of this file and overwrite the C:\berrybrew-programs\berrybrew\data\perls.json file with the copied contents, you'll immediately have access to the updated Perls (5.24.1_xx and 5.22.3_xx).

      Thank you, stevieb.

      I am installing 5.24.1_32.

      The installation of 5.24.1_32 was successful.

      I used CPAN to try to install DateTime.

      I got the following message: DateTime is up to date (1.42).

      (As one would expect, the latest version of Strawberry Perl contains the latest version of DateTime.)

        Yeah, I just tested with the version you're using (5.24.1_32). DateTime is not in core, but apparently it's bundled in with Strawberry's cut of this portable version as it's already installed for me too. Same on the new 5.22.3_64 version.

Re^5: berrybrew installation
by Cow1337killr (Monk) on Feb 12, 2017 at 05:18 UTC

    Thank you for your help, stevieb.

    I am pleased with the progress that I have made this evening.

    I will see you tomorrow.

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