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Interesting, but --as I assume-- a lot of the functionality will be placed in modules, they will still have to be provided as regular .pm files and are thus open to inspection and breaking the NDA? Or is this script compiler bright enough to also encrypt all dependent modules?

Sorry, I didn't try the script compiler myself (for lack of a C-compiler on my Winbox)

CountZero

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In reply to Re^2: obfuscating source code by CountZero
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