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The main problem with PAR is that it packs in one exe perl core and all used modules, so out exe is very big... And if I need more than one script, all of them will be packed with it's own perl and used modules!

Not if you pack them all in the same file as I already explained.

That's useless =(

Yes, reading is hard :)

I do find working software is very useful

So if there is a way to pack scripts in small executables that use some other dll with perl and all needed modules?

My answer in Re: Pack multiple scripts in executables with one shared core dll wasn't a joke, either the par way, or the cava packager way is workable, and you can always create a relocatable perl and add modules to it, zip it, and ship it , if that works for your platform

In reply to Re^3: Pack multiple scripts in executables with one shared core dll by Anonymous Monk
in thread Pack multiple scripts in executables with one shared core dll by Lion-Tiger

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