If you have XAMPP installed on your Windows computer, you can run Perl scripts in the same way you run PHP scripts. To do this, you need to add a line of code to the beginning of your Perl script. This line of code tells your computer where to find the Perl program. If your XAMPP directory is located at C:XAMPP, the line of code you need to add is "#!"c:xamppperlbinperl.exe". Linux users already know what to write.
After installing Xampp for Mac OS X 1.7.3, the htdocs folder is set up so that the system can write to it, but not the admin. I spent a lot of time trying to move the Eclipse PDT project, but it wasn't working. I eventually realized that I needed to give the admin permission to write to the folder.
I was so excited when I found a computer that was easy to use, had the newest versions of programs, and had the extra feature I needed to run JSP. I couldn't believe it and I was so happy I almost cried.
The "x" in the name of the AMPP package stands for "wildcard", which means it can work on any type of platform.
With this portable program, you can move your PHP server onto a USB disk. You just need to make a few changes, like changing the port from 80 to avoid conflicts with IIS. It also has Filezilla as an FTP server. All you're missing is a nice editor.
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