My project is unusual yet easy at the same time. I lost the content of my website due to a mess up on the part of my web host. I lost my domain name and had to buy it back, and in the interim period the website went down.
In my pursuit to salvage my website (I don't have any access to backups), I came across a piece of software called Warrick ([url removed, login to view]). It works by automatically piecing together what it can find from search engine caches and archives. It's worth a try for me.
I am struggling to get it installed and running on my windows machine (the creator has confirmed it does work with Windows Vista so I am clearly doing something wrong). Please see instructions here: [url removed, login to view]
I downloaded ActivePerl, and tried to install SOAP-Lite 0.712. It tells me SOAP-Lite is marked for install, then says warning: Can't find any package that provides Apache:: for SOAP-Lite. It then generates a bunch of bold messages saying SOAP-Lite depends on MIME-tools, FCGI, MIME-Lite, and so on.
Once I'm in command prompt I try entering the full and correct path ....warrick or [url removed, login to view] and it says can't locate SOAP/Lite.pm.
I am looking to hire someone who has a bit of experience with PERL, and general computing competency to get this piece of software running. TIME is really, really important because the software works by salvaging my content from search engine caches which are being cleared and updated constantly!!
Thank you and HELP!
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Hi, I don't know if Warrick is going to solve your problem but I DO know that I can fix your installation issues today, NOW. Let me know. Thanks, Jason.