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Re^2: Packaged binary fails on perlless systems [win32]

by Anonymous Monk
on Jun 14, 2011 at 11:07 UTC ( #909581=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Packaged binary fails on perlless systems [win32]
in thread Packaged binary fails on perlless systems [win32]

I've just hit the same issue,and that is the workaround I've found which I also filed as a bug and I am awaiting a reply.

Hi. This is not the same issue at all. The is using ActivePerl, and did not have packed IO.pm and auto/IO/IO.dll. The OP gets the message on a different computer, not the one used for packing. See Re: Packaged binary fails on perlless systems [win32]


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Re^3: Packaged binary fails on perlless systems [win32]
by nikosv (Hermit) on Jun 14, 2011 at 11:45 UTC
    Hi
    The is using ActivePerl

    ok but the error is the same

    The OP gets the message on a different computer, not the one used for packing

    renaming the perl directory of the pc used for unpacking makes it the same case;it also did not run on pcs' that had never perl installed

    anyway maybe he could use some of that info and try out, regardless if it is strawberry or active

      ok but the error is the same

      Yeah, I noticed, but context matters.

      anyway maybe he could use some of that info and try out, regardless if it is strawberry or active

      Sorry, but the info isn't clear enough to try out, in any case, that bug is closed

      Just noticed your answer. Thank you very much for your research. I'm using Citrus Perl now. It works perfectly and the resulting binaries are smaller too... :-)

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