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== What are modules ==
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The '''modules''' are usually complements open source and free, which serve to add commands and functionality to Perl. They are usually released on CPAN - Perl library modules.
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= What are modules =
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In this context, modules are Perl libraries. Some openkore features or plugins require modules from CPAN which are not bundled with openkore.
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= Installation =
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== Linux and OS X ==
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=== Your system repositories ===
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The following naming scheme is used in Debian: module <code>File::Slurp</code> is in package <code>libfile-slurp-perl</code>.
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=== CPAN ===
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Run <code>cpan File::Slurp</code> to download and install the specified module.
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== Windows ==
  
== Installation ==
 
 
=== Active Perl ===
 
=== Active Perl ===
 
Active Perl offers a program to download and install modules with a user friendly interface, called Perl Packet Manager (PPM), and a different mirror. The service is paid.
 
Active Perl offers a program to download and install modules with a user friendly interface, called Perl Packet Manager (PPM), and a different mirror. The service is paid.

Revision as of 12:17, 11 September 2013

Completely out of scope of openkore documentation. http://www.cpan.org/modules/INSTALL.html

What are modules

In this context, modules are Perl libraries. Some openkore features or plugins require modules from CPAN which are not bundled with openkore.

Installation

Linux and OS X

Your system repositories

The following naming scheme is used in Debian: module File::Slurp is in package libfile-slurp-perl.

CPAN

Run cpan File::Slurp to download and install the specified module.

Windows

Active Perl

Active Perl offers a program to download and install modules with a user friendly interface, called Perl Packet Manager (PPM), and a different mirror. The service is paid.

How to install modules using the PPM:

  1. Open Perl Package Manager (Start -> Run -> 'ppm')
  2. In the graphical interface that appears, search for the modules using the text field above and select the modules you want to install or upgrade
  3. After mark modules, click the green arrow to start the download and installation

Strawberry

The Strawberry offers a console program to download and install modules directly from the official repository, CPAN. The service is free.

How to install modules using the Strawberry:

  1. After installing Strawberry, open the CPAN Client (In Windows Vista and later, just search on the start menu by CPAN)

Cpan1.png

  1. In the console, use the following command to install modules:
install <module name>

Note: If the module has - in its name, substitute to ::. For example: Protocol-WebSocket should be typed Protocol::WebSocket