linasinblues wrote:i have the yay new version without the perl. whats the difference between this and that witht the perl? is there a difference in performance?, loading engines? loading books? plus this yay with the perl is hard to set up. hard to setup when it comes to the part where you have to go to the ms dos and deal with the perl/bin.
matematiko wrote:I dont think YaY.exe uses more neither less resources than ActivePerl and YaY.pl combined.
The only bad thing about YaY.exe is that you can not edit it. Other than that is a better option than YaY.pl because it saves you from the headaches of installing ActivePerl.
linasinblues wrote:i went all through the process of the setup but when i open up the shortcut for ytoics, it just open for a split sec and close again. i did the setup for the perl in the dos prompt. i did the right clik for the ytoics.pl in the folder and open using the perl that was downloaded and icon was changed, and placed a shortcut in the desktop. so, i don't know what seems to be the problem. excuse me moderators, i am here to learn your programs. i am the kind of guy who doesn't quit until i get what i started. thank you.
xsupremex wrote:When I entered in this site, I would like to know how to use yay and the most important how to edit the yay.pl with no "welcome message" and "no spamming". Well after some days I found it
1º step - Install ActivePerl http://www.activestate.com/store/downlo ... d58c2648ca (click in MSI)
2º step - Install the complete YaY file http://members.cox.net/zozur/Gavachos.s ... ditiOn.rar
3º step - Right click in the YaY.pl and choose to open it using perl5.10.0.exe always, you find it in the directory: C:\Perl\bin, in this way the icone will change
4º step - Open YaY.pl, not YaY.exe anymore
5º step - The window opens and then closes up you can do nothing. Yes I know, that happens to me You are in the way! But Why this happens? Well, because your ActivePerl is incomplete
6º step - Open the prompt MS-DOS and type cd c:\perl after that it must look like this (c:\Perl>), type ppm, it will install a packet right?
7º step - Not over yet. Now type cd:\perl\bin, it must look like this (c:\perl\bin>) and type ppm install tk
8º step - Close the window and go to YaY folder, open the YaY.pl not YaY.exe ok?
9º step - You finished
10º step - To edit the YaY.pl right click in it and open using notepad, just this time, after you make your changes save it and double click! I hope that's it
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