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Re: How much of Perl can be removed?

by Joost (Canon)
on Aug 13, 2002 at 13:34 UTC ( #189783=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How much of Perl can be removed?

You might be interested in Microperl and some other microperl link

From the readme:

microperl is supposed to be able a really minimal perl, even more minimal than miniperl. No Configure is needed to build microperl, on the other hand this means that interfaces between Perl and your operating system are left very -- minimal. All this is experimental. If you don't know what to do with microperl you probably shouldn't. Do not report bugs in microperl; fix the bugs +. If you are still reading this and you are itching to try out microperl +: make -f Makefile.micro
-- Joost downtime n. The period during which a system is error-free and immune from user input.
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