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Oh, good grief, not again.

This comes up with some regularity here. Go super search and enlighten yourself. And, to forestall the inevitable cascade of replies, the answers generally are:

  1. Heretic!
  2. Use Acme::Bleach
  3. There's perl2exe
    perl2exe isn't secure you ignorant wanker!
    yes it is
    No it isn't
    Well, that's not what it's for anyway
  4. B::Deparse will defeat any attempt at hiding source!

Short answer is no, it won't really work. Someone'll see the source, so throw a nasty license on it and hope for the best.


In reply to Re: Closing Perl Source by Elian
in thread Closing Perl Source by Coplan

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