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Re: Not so trivial question
in thread Perl script to binary file (lone stand)
Thanks, I`ll try pp rather bying devkits.
I've had success with pp on various platforms. I've never used cava or PDK. Perl2Exe is also available but it's terrible IMHO.
Have to confirm your useful reply - just tested pp installed from CPAN and I have the build binary! I`ll do the speed check right away!
Consider this solved
I had an error in running builds form pp
THe error most of my friends reported is:
"envpring" is not recognized as an internal or external command
operable program or batch file
Other reeport was:
Program too big to fit in memory
A plain question: can I make a windows executable from my linux distro using pp and a perl script?
I think what Anonymous Monk wants to tell you is that you will need to provide more information about your problem. Interesting points would be:
Again you've failed to actually ask a question that anyone can reply to with anything other than truisms on how to actually ask questions. How do I post a question effectively?.
Update: Before badly editing the post in question read:
I am just wondering, my binaries does not work on windows...
Is there something more specific that I am missing?
It's nice to see that even when you update your post (removing what you previously asked), you still manage to ignore the advice given in the existing replies.
In future when editing posts please don't remove the content as can make replies somewhat redundant.
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