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CPAN Installation Instructions

Padre is released as a CPAN package. You can download and install it using cpan, cpanm or CPANPLUS. The released versions can be seen here and here

As Padre has many dependencies probably the easiest is to install the binary distribution where available from the vendor (Mandriva, Fedora, Debian, FreeBSD) and then use cpanm to upgrade.

If this is not possible read on.

Common Problems

WxWidgets? and WxPerl?

The difficult part is sometimes to install some of the prerequisites:

Mattia Barbon did a great job with them but they still may be difficult to install in some cases.

Platform-specific Instructions