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"IndigoPerl is the easiest way to get started with CGI scripts."

http://perl.about.com/library/weekly/aa102800a.htm

Its a binary build of Perl 5.8 for all Win32 systems, including Windows 95/98/NT/2000. It comes with an integrated, pre-installed version of the Apache 2.0 webserver, and even includes the DBI and DBD::MySQL modules. It also includes a browser based GUI Package Manager (GPM) for installing modules and packages from standard repositories, and it can also be used to build and install CPAN source modules

See IndigoPerlCookbook

We could make a PPM repository for TWiki plugins...

-- MartinCleaver - 03 Aug 2005

I recommend IndigoPerl for use on Windows. Used alongside GnuWin32 it is almost as functional as Cygwin, and much, much easier to set up and get working.

-- CrawfordCurrie - 11 Mar 2006

Is this still recommended? The latest version is of Feb 27 2005

-- FrankZimper - 22 Jan 2007

Indeed, IndigoPerl is good. It does not touch the registry and is fairly complete. The TWikiForWindowsPersonal is based on it.

-- PeterThoeny - 24 Jan 2007

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