One year ago I read everything I needed to know about PAR::Packer, if I would have read about the possibility to unzip the executables, I would never have used it. I can remember reading people using it to protect their sources. Well in a way it does, but just a very little. Very strange to create a zip file takes 45 minutes for just a few hundred lines of code......
That being said, it brought me a step closer to what I wanted, and I'm grateful for that. That's life sometimes you take a wrong turn, to find later on you need to go back.
So I will start my search on a real compiling solution, if there is any
Any suggestions for a good wiki on to compile .pl files to .exe, on Windows which are real compilers, not packers
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