Hi marto ..I'm sorry.. i wasnt very clear in the previous statement .. I wasn't really stressing on the semantics of the statement .. I know it is a packager . what i meant was that the copy of the exe would be specific to the windows 64 platform ..
I tried cava packager... it seems to create the exe file perfectly .. i can run it on my system .. but shows the error libgd-2_.dll not found.. "
... on a test system..
so now i'm thinking of automating the process of the module installation ...
is it possible to automate the entire process of installing modules (local distribution).??? I have a bunch of modules i want the user to install ... but i dont want him to go through much trouble ... I've tried several methods of creating an exe but failed .. so now user would be ready to go and he only needs to install the perl distribution and run the installation script ...
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