Application Name ActivePerl
Description
Subject Area programming
Operating System(s) available for Windows, GNU/Linux, Solaris
Software Dependencies
Hardware Dependencies
Licencing Types ActiveState Community License and possibly Artistic License
Spoken languages supported
Author and contact details ActiveState
Related Software
Standards Supported
Email addresses for support
WWW Info/Download http://www.activestate.com/Products/ActivePerl/
FTP Download
bug/issue database

Email addresses for discussion
Email addresses for announcements
Usenet discussion / support

IRC discussion / support
Freely Distributable? re-distributable on a personal basis, otherwise non-profit re-distributors have to sign an agreement
Saves Icons to
Files Copied to and Location
Keeps Log of Changes Installer Made in
Location of uninstaller(s)
Keeps a log file in
Registry areas used (HKLM/Software or HKCU/Software)
Cache characteristics
Command-Line Switches
Advice for when installing
Preference location(s)
[1] own profile
[2] Windows profile directory / self definable
[3] registry

Means of pre-configuring for multiple users
[1] own automated means of pre-config
[2] put in Default User (may have to point there too)
[3] create .reg file or run application and set prefs for template user account, both of which are manual tasks

Do preferences contain any user-specific data?
Preferences worth making (using application)
Preferences worth making (using preference file, if appropriate) and version number they apply to
Preferences worth making (using registry file, if appropriate) and version number they apply to
Notes "Support
Commercial support for ActivePerl is available through ActiveState at http://www.ActiveState.com/Support/Enterprise. For peer support resources for ActivePerl see: http://www.ActiveState.com/Support/

Modules, Packages, Extensions
The ActiveState Repository has a large collection of modules and extensions in binary packages that are easy to install and use. To view and install these packages, use the Perl Package Manager (PPM) which is included with ActivePerl."
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