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Re: How can you protect your Perl Mods/Hacks?

by Trizor (Pilgrim)
on Apr 09, 2007 at 22:45 UTC ( #609049=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How can you protect your Perl Mods/Hacks?

You cannot hide from B::Deparse. Well, if you compiled your module to a C library using B::C or B::CC and wrote a C interface for that then wrote an XS to use the C. Even then the optree is still there, somewhere; and a determined reverse engineer (and believe me there will be one) could still hunt the optree down, put it into a form that B::Deparse would like and Deparse it. That and this setup would be an extreme headache to manage.

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