Re: [BULK] Re: [perlguitest] please help me where to download Win32::Process module
go to CPAN or the documentation that comes with ActiveState and look at
the example. I'm pretty sure there is no need for 'start'. It also shows
how to use the module with proper error handling so you get an error
message that describes, more or less, what you did wrong.
Note that the module is called Win32::PROCESS, not Win32::SHELL or
Win32::CMD. 'Start' is a built in command for cmd.exe I'm pretty sure.
Sandeep Bansal wrote:
> Thank you Sander.
> I will try to use it tomorrow in the office.
> I have one more problem in using system( "start notepad.exe");
> But it is not opening notepad in windows.
> Any guess where am I wrong.
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> on behalf of Sander Pool
> Sent: Mon 3/12/2007 8:12 AM
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> Subject: [BULK] Re: [perlguitest] please help me where to download
> Win32::Process module
> Don't worry about it. It's part of Activestate. You already have it.
> Have you tried to use it already? I ran into the same issue a few weeks
> ago. Very odd that ppm won't say 'already installed'.
> sandeephughes wrote:
>> Hi friends,
>> Can you please tell me where to download the module Win32::Process.
>> will be very thankfull.
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