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install MATH::GSL::Statistics in ppm

Posted on 2008-11-04
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi experts,

I am trying to install MATH::GSL::STATISTICS in PPM for window. However, I can not find it in PPM. Does anyone know how to find it and install it? PS. I am using ActivePerl.

Question by:meow00
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Kim Ryan earned 1400 total points
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PPM does not inlcude many CPAN modules. This one has a lot of C code in it, and they take more work to add to PPM as the code has to be compiled and turned into dll files.

Here is another Perl for windiws distribution that includes a C compiler, http://win32.perl.org/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page. It is a much newer distribution, but could help you. Another option is to install cygwin which also comes with a C compiler.

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