Updating cygwin libraries

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Source code and binaries for both projects are freely available.It doesn't appear to be part of the Cygwin Perl install, and I don't want to spend 5 days learning the world of Perl and CPAN and Perl configuration. Any simple ways of installing a Perl module in Cygwin?I'm thinking something like Sometimes (as noted above) Cygwin may fail certain tests. Note that since X server 1.17, by default the server does not listen for TCP/IP connections, only accepting local connections on a unix domain socket. Users upgrading from monolithic X (Release 6.9 and earlier, available via setup before November 2008) should also see the announcement about modular X. Details are available in the announcements here and here.

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