Re: [PBML] ActiveState Perl and debugging
- From: <adrian.voss@...>
> I am new to perl and I have recently installed ActiveState Perl, butI think you would have more luck in the pdk@...
> when I try and run perl.exe -d I receive the error below.
> Default die handler restored.
> Unable to connect to remote host: 127.0.0.1:2000
> Compilation failed in require.
> BEGIN failed--compilation aborted.
> When I first started with perl about 1 year back, I remember the the
> perl.exe -d worked, but I not sure which version I was using. Do I
> need to use the ActiveState Dev Kit to debug my perl apps?
> Thankyou for your time
list. I believe the problem is that Perl thinks you want to use the
ActiveState debuger remotely.
You may try to install http://world.std.com/~aep/ptkdb/.
I believe the instalation docs tell you how to set the ptkdb to be
used if you call "perl.exe -d ..." which should fix your problems.
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