To Perl gurus
jasona at inetarena.com
Wed Apr 12 20:33:11 CDT 2000
You can run Perl from the CD fine as long as you makes sure to set your
environment variables first. Perl comes with a C and C++ include file that
lets you compile perl scripts with a C compiler. I've never done it, but I
know I've read about it.
From: owner-pdx-pm-list at pm.org [mailto:owner-pdx-pm-list at pm.org]On
Behalf Of Jerome
Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2000 8:41 AM
To: pdx-pm-list at pm.org
Subject: To Perl gurus
Hello, sorry I didn't make it to the meeting.
Anyway what I was wondering is whether this is feasible:
I'd like to install Perl to a CD rom (burn) with any TK/TCL
stuff that I'd need for interface work for a win 95/98/00
Think of it as a sort of visual-basic-but-it-works thing.
I don't want to install perl on their machine, I just want to
run my scripts off the CD with the interpreter on the CD and any
other tools, etc on the CD.
Also I just have not found anything about compiling perl to an
executable for/on win 95/98/00.
Any ideas, comments or help would be appreciated.
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