O perl monks, I seek your collective wisdom.
Recently I discovered that several perl modules had been erased and that backups did not exist for the particular folder the modules exist in. I tried updating - reinstalling etc but the modules are not available from the (AIX .bff) files.
I did however find the .so file counterparts to the .pm files that are Supposed to be installed.
I have searched around for how to generate a perl module from a shared object but it seems that there is no good documentation.
#I am supposed to have
#I do see the corresponding .so file.
How can I generate the CatGetS.pm from /CatGetS/CatGetS.so
Thanks for any wisdom.
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