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- Ben Morrow
May 24, 2009, 3:57 pm
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This is a bad idea. Either install Convert::ASN1 using PPM, or install
Strawberry Perl instead of ActivePerl and use CPAN.
That code is just an example. You're not meant to run it directly,
you're meant to read it, understand it, and learn from it. In
particular, it uses variables like $sock and $fh without setting them
up: the implication is that $sock should be a socket handle, but you
have to make that happen yourself.
Re: problem running Convert::ASN1 on Windows XP
Ooops, I missed that part. To the OP, the module installs fine using
ppm install Convert::ASN1
from the command line.
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