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Thx for the replay
At pp only to create executable when source has changed you wrote:
As the projects get bigger it takes longer before executables are created, what I would like and not have found yet is that executables are only created when the source (pl) has been changed. So executables are not recreated when no changes to sources have been made.
In my simple example Foo.pm is a source file - and only when it is changed, pp is run.
In the last example you are using Visual Fox pro examples, why is this?
I can't see any Visual Fox Pro example for the moment, sorry. So i can't answer why this is. Please correct my if i'm wrong.
I thought this was a Perl forum and for me it makes it more confusing?
Nothing but the truth, this is a Perl forum - but it doesn't confuse you.
I hope that helps.
Best regards, Karl
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