Yes for PerlApp, no for PerlSvc, but as I've
said before there are plenty of free utilities
to let you wrap whatever the heck you want as a service.
PerlApp and perl2exe are pretty indistinguishable
in my experience save three things:
Indy builds perl2exe on his machine with
a really weird setup (think perl -V) and this can
potentially bite you
perl2exe does some nasty stuff in the name of "DWIM"
(at least for those not doing complex things).
For example there is no way to get a runtime use,
eval "use Foo"; does not work.
The perl2exe license gets tied to a
username and must be run by that user.
perl -pe "s/\b;([st])/'\1/mg"