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I have developed a web-based search engine with Perl that operates on a MySQL database. The HTML/JavaScript/CSS output is simple, and compatible with most any browser.

Someone recently tracked me down from another country and requested a version of my website in CD form. I would be happy to release the contents of the database to a wider distribution, e.g. public domain, but the source code is all Perl, and it is not easy to run an entire website (I'm linux-based right now) on a CD. I found Server2Go, but it still seems a bit awkward.

Additionally, if I could somehow precompile the code, for wider compatibility and for source protection, it would be nice.

I can try to invent this wheel if it has not already been done, but I suspect someone has already attempted this before. I would appreciate your wisdom.

Blessings,

~Polyglot~


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