Hi all, I'm looking to add WIN32API::MIDI support (among other packages) in my Strawberry Perl. How is it done? With ActiveState, I would add it to the runtime environment but I don't want to do it that way if I can avoid it -- I'm porting old scripts over to be used on a newer laptop, but they're all written for Perl32 and downloading the packages directly from ActiveState would force me to pay the $912 annual fee since I'll need packages that are compatible with version 5.10.1 (the version I wrote the script in). Any help is appreciated, thanks!
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