SPUG: Piping a file to perl to execute
jazzdev at gmail.com
Thu Sep 7 14:26:05 PDT 2006
Interesting. I'd say using a byte-code or native-code
compiler would be better than encryption.
David said he just wants to keep the code from
a 'casual user' so compiling would accomplish
On 9/7/06, Murray Chapman <muzzle at imdb.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 7 Sep 2006, David S. Patterson wrote:
> > I'm trying to kludge together a strategy to protect some perl source
> code from
> > prying eyes (this would be on a Unix-like system).
> > Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions about this?
> and then if you still want to proceed:
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