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Re: Re: Protecting perl source code

by tame1 (Pilgrim)
on Jul 22, 2002 at 03:52 UTC ( #183936=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Protecting perl source code
in thread Protecting perl source code

For standalone scripts, Acme::Bleach comes darned close to keeping out all but a darn good perl wizard. It'll take someone almost as good as Damian, I think, to reverse engineer a Bleached file, even with Bleach.pm to use to see how it was done. Unfortunately, I'm working in mod_perl, so these are not standalone scripts.

What does this little button do . .<Click>; "USER HAS SIGNED OFF FOR THE DAY"

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Re: Re: Re: Protecting perl source code
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 22, 2002 at 04:33 UTC
    Acme::Bleach comes darned close to keeping out all but a darn good perl wizard.

    That module already contains the debleaching ingredients and it wouldn't take a wizard to write a bleached debleaching script.

    use Acme::Bleach; $/ = undef; $_ = <>; s/.*^\s*use\s+Acme::Bleach\s*;\n//sm; print Acme::Bleach::brighten($_);

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