Your email turned me on to reCAPTCHA, which is just such a great concept!
I want to note for the list that I did try to "install Captcha::reCAPTCHA"
on a server and there was no problem. So, it *is* possible ;-)
Best of luck with your quest,
2008/6/30 Joe Hourcle <[log in to unmask]>:
> On Mon, 30 Jun 2008, Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
> Has anyone succesfully installed the cpan module CAPTCHA::Recaptcha for
>> using the Recaptcha service from Perl?
>> It seems to list as a dependency a module that no longer exists? Or else
>> that's the only reason I can figure out that no matter what cpan module I
>> choose, it complains:
>> Could not fetch authors/id/T/TJ/TJMATHER/XML-DOM-1.43.tar.gz
>> Giving up on...
>> And then fails. Anyone managed to do this, or have any other advice for
>> using Recaptcha from perl?
> It looks like the current version of XML::DOM in CPAN is 1.44. You can try
> forcing it to download a different version with the following from the cpan
> get TJMATHER/XML-DOM-1.43.tar
> (make / test / install should all work, using the longer name)
> Otherwise, I'd try updating your CPAN mirror, and see if it's just that
> you're using one that isn't being maintained.
> ... if that still fails, try posting to perlmonks:
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