What's included in ActivePerl
ActivePerl includes the core Perl documentation, the Perl FAQ, and the ActivePerl User Guide (which contains information specific to ActivePerl, such as the Release Notes and ActivePerl component documentation).
The ActivePerl User Guide is provided in HTML format and it includes the following information:
- Getting Started: This section contains a high-level introduction to ActivePerl, instructions on how to configure your web browser to support ActivePerl CGI scripts, and general information specific to ActivePerl, such as the Release Notes, Change Logs and the License and Copyright information.
- ActivePerl Components: This section contains an overview of the ActivePerl components, as well as documentation of the major ActivePerl components, such as the OLE Browser, PerlScript, Perl for ISAPI, PerlEx and PerlEz.
- ActivePerl FAQ: This section includes general ActivePerl Frequently Asked Questions pages, as well as several FAQs on Windows-related issues.
- Windows Scripting: This section includes several pages documenting issues specific to writing ActivePerl scripts on Windows platforms.
- Core Documentation, Programs, Pragmas and Modules These sections contain HTML versions of the PerlDoc or Man Page documentation for the Perl core, Perl programs, Perl pragmas, and Perl modules that are included with ActivePerl.
Perl documentation can also be accessed from the command line by using the
perldoc command to display the embedded documentation for the
specified module. For example:
For installation-related support issues, check the ActivePerl Support forum and the ActivePerl Mailing List archives. If you do not find the answer to your problem, contact support@ActiveState.com for installation assistance.
Please submit bug reports and enhancement requests via Commercial Support
ActivePerl Enterprise is a corporate support solution
for Perl. ActivePerl Enterprise provides the comprehensive support that
an enterprise needs to deploy Perl in mission-critical applications.
ActivePerl Enterprise is a corporate support solution for Perl. ActivePerl Enterprise provides the comprehensive support that an enterprise needs to deploy Perl in mission-critical applications.