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Re: Perl Module Stripping

by marto (Cardinal)
on Apr 19, 2006 at 21:22 UTC ( #544443=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl Module Stripping

Hi Justin_BSI,

Perhaps I am not understanding your situation totally.
Have you seen PAR (or the bundled pp script) ? You could use it to package your scripts and the modules they use into an standalone app.

Hope this helps.


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Re^2: Perl Module Stripping
by Justin_BSI (Acolyte) on Apr 19, 2006 at 21:30 UTC
    I appreciate the link, but we are (unfortunately) a Win32 house and I highly doubt I can convince my boss to let me have a Linux or BSD machine here.
      Hi Justin_BSI,

      Take a look at the documentation, this solution will work for a Windows environment and build stand alone executables (exe files) out of your scripts and their dependant modules. You can install PAR using PPM. There is also a PAR tutorial you can read should you need some help.

      Hope this helps.

        Damn, I really should read slower...

        Thanks, I'll try that out.

        CPAN installs of PAR failed in dubious ways during the test phase on two completely different Linux enviros. I will try in another Linux image later this eve.

        Update: PAR is installing just fine on a vanilla fedora core five Linux Update: although the tests did not provide enough information as what was failing and why, the fact that none are failing on one platform portends well for development.

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