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Re^2: Problem in creating exe using PAR module

by srikrishnan (Beadle)
on Mar 05, 2010 at 12:41 UTC ( #826957=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Problem in creating exe using PAR module
in thread Problem in creating exe using PAR module

Hi,

Thanks for your reply.

Earlier itself some of my perl scripts are not working properly when I try to make exe. Because of some dependencies are not properly identified by PAR module. But I dont know how to identify what are the dependencies it fails to load into the exe.

Is there any possibility to identify such things, if it is, anybody will explain it in detail?

Also, instead of unzipping the exe in user profiles "temp" folder, is there anyway to make a setup file and install all those files in users "program files" folder?

If anybody help us to resolve my above two questions, it would be a great help for me

thanks

Srikrishnan R.


Comment on Re^2: Problem in creating exe using PAR module
Re^3: Problem in creating exe using PAR module
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 05, 2010 at 12:50 UTC
Re^3: Problem in creating exe using PAR module
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 05, 2010 at 12:57 UTC
    Also, instead of unzipping the exe in user profiles "temp" folder, is there anyway to make a setup file and install all those files in users "program files" folder?

    Um, its a single exe file, you click on it and it runs.

    Another option is Cava Packager

    Alternatively you can create your own perl distribution .msi type installer, see Perl::Dist::WiX

      Thanks for your valuable suggestions and guidance. I hope I will try your option for creating perl installer

      Thanks,

      Srikrishnan

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