Hi .. Thanks for the quick comments... I'm using the Active Perl v5.16.1 Build 1601(64 bit)... I'm open to experimentation now ...
My application is not specifically built fr the 64 bit windows and i'm planning to develop it for cross platform implementation, i.e for both 32 bit and 64 bit windows... I haven't used strawberry perl ...Could you please guide me on how to go about it ??? The PAR::Packer i guess compiles the executable based on the platform it is developed upon ( in my case a 64 bit version).. I'll try using minGW meanwhile ...
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