[Chicago-talk] Portable Script and library
me at heyjay.com
Wed Dec 16 13:06:02 PST 2009
I typically don't have physical access to the machine. (generally it's a
When I need to put something on the box, I usually have to use some
intermediate box, then copy the files to a shared drive or some such.
On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 2:48 PM, Shawn Carroll <shawn.c.carroll at gmail.com>wrote:
> Are you able to use a USB key? It should be possible to install
> Strawberry Perl on the USB device and work from there.
> shawn.c.carroll at gmail.com
> Perl Programmer
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> On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 14:44, Jay Strauss <me at heyjay.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I need to build a script, to be able to bring with me from customer to
> > customer site. I can count on running upon a recent version of Perl
> > (version will change from customer to customer). I can not install new
> > modules at their site. (generally I'm on a heavily firewalled production
> > box with no external http/ftp/ip access). I will be running upon M$
> > primarily.
> > While at the customer I'll need to be able to make changes to the script
> > needed (and as I find needed new features or bugs).
> > I have need for some modules on CPAN like date
> > I'd like to be able to build my script using some CPAN modules
> > I'd like to use some CPAN modules like datatime, class::insideout,
> > config::general (and maybe some others) in my script.
> > Is there a way to have some portable library (with all the modules) plus
> > script, I can tote with me to the customer? I looked at PAR/pp (outside
> > not being able to get it to compile on M$ strawberry perl), it looks like
> > the customer would need PAR installed, or I'd have to build a
> > exe. I can't have an exe, since I might need to edit the source onsite,
> > I can't depend on having PAR at the customer.
> > Any suggestions?
> > Thanks
> > Jay
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