in reply to Re^2: pp and multiple perl scriptsin thread pp and multiple perl scripts
No, I didn't try it without an installed Perl. You are right. I'll try this evening and post you if it worked.
Thanks for your hint. And unfortunately you are right. It is not working without an installed perl.
The main script works. But calling the helper script does not work.
Here the error message:
Do you have an idea why it does not know the "perl" command within the par packed executable when perl is not installed? What to do?
I know you recommended the cava packager. But it's always interesting for me to know how it works when I don't get it myself.
Thank you for your help.
Do you have an idea why it does not know the "perl" command within the par packed executable when perl is not installed?
:) Um, because perl is not installed, its nowhere in the %PATH%, duh :p
Maybe you'd like to pack perl.exe (or parl.exe) as well?
Depending on the kind of perl binary you have, that might be against the license (ActiveState)
update: I wouldn't recommend attempting it, you'll waste an hour and get nowhere
Also, see my links in Pack multiple scripts in executables with one shared core dll follow deep, and you'll know more. Same for these similar links
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