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There is no chicken and egg problem if you generate your program from a template in Makefile.PL, as I demonstrated, no variables, no findbin, no local::lib , no editing bashrc required

What is the recommended and standard way to do this in Perl?

I've personally used all these with success

PAR::Packer/pp, perlapp, perl2exe, Perl::Dist, Cava Development Tools

DIY Re: Using File::ShareDir in development, Re^8: Why is it in some other popular languages fewer steps and potential issues when installing libraries no testing needed and no compilation of C/C++ code done, build-gtk-glib-post.PL

There are more (that carton presentation lists a bunch) like Shipwright::Manual::Tutorial and cpan2dist, fatpack, cpan2par / parinstallppd

In reply to Re^6: Best strategy to facilitate dependency installation for a Perl-based software distribution by Anonymous Monk
in thread Best strategy to facilitate dependency installation for a Perl-based software distribution by hermida

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