Re: problem running Convert::ASN1 on Windows XP



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My directory structure is as follows:

test.pl
Convert\ASN1.pm
Convert\ASN1.pod
Convert\ASN1\_decode.pm
Convert\ASN1\_encode.pm
Convert\ASN1\Debug.pm
Convert\ASN1\IO.pm
Convert\ASN1\parser.pm

Any ideas?

I just know that activestate is really touchy about where it expects to
find things.


C:\Perl\site\lib>dir
Volume in drive C has no label.
Volume Serial Number is 942A-AD55

Directory of C:\Perl\site\lib

05/12/2009 11:05 PM <DIR> .
05/12/2009 11:05 PM <DIR> ..
02/13/2009 01:09 AM <DIR> Acme
05/09/2009 01:08 AM <DIR> auto
02/20/2009 05:59 PM <DIR> Bundle
02/20/2009 05:59 PM <DIR> Data
01/30/2009 10:06 PM <DIR> DateTime
03/09/2009 02:23 AM <DIR> Devel
03/09/2009 02:23 AM <DIR> Email
03/09/2009 03:28 AM <DIR> HTML
02/21/2009 03:15 AM <DIR> HTTP
03/09/2009 01:52 AM <DIR> Mail
03/09/2009 02:23 AM <DIR> Module
02/13/2009 01:15 AM 1,425 perl4.lnk
01/23/2007 04:15 PM 31 sitecustomize.pl
05/09/2009 01:08 AM <DIR> Sub
05/09/2009 01:08 AM <DIR> Test
05/12/2009 11:05 PM 0 text63.txt
05/09/2009 01:08 AM <DIR> Tree
02/20/2009 06:14 PM <DIR> WWW
3 File(s) 1,456 bytes
17 Dir(s) 60,465,082,368 bytes free

This is where it expects to find these modules, but ...

C:\Perl\site\lib>cd ..

C:\Perl\site>dir
Volume in drive C has no label.
Volume Serial Number is 942A-AD55

Directory of C:\Perl\site

12/29/2008 10:34 PM <DIR> .
12/29/2008 10:34 PM <DIR> ..
12/03/2008 06:29 PM <DIR> bin
05/11/2009 01:30 AM <DIR> etc
05/12/2009 11:05 PM <DIR> lib
0 File(s) 0 bytes
5 Dir(s) 60,464,713,728 bytes free

C:\Perl\site>cd ..

C:\Perl>dir
Volume in drive C has no label.
Volume Serial Number is 942A-AD55

Directory of C:\Perl

05/09/2009 01:08 AM <DIR> .
05/09/2009 01:08 AM <DIR> ..
05/12/2009 11:09 PM <DIR> bin
12/03/2008 06:29 PM <DIR> eg
05/11/2009 01:30 AM <DIR> etc
05/09/2009 01:08 AM <DIR> html
12/03/2008 06:29 PM <DIR> lib
12/29/2008 10:34 PM <DIR> site
0 File(s) 0 bytes
8 Dir(s) 60,464,611,328 bytes free

C:\Perl>

.... there are other folders named site and lib.

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