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  • Protection: Its the nature of Perl. You can't protect the source of an executable. And if you're willing to give the product away... why, then, give it away.... or charge the requester a fee, and attach a copywrite notice. (That won't protect your code, either, but maybe it'll make you feel better... and if requester turns out to be making a zillion Euro or dollars or whatever with your work, that may give you some basis to sue.)
  • Boot to the site page: M$ (or Google) will probably tell you how to do what it calls 'autorun;' but again, unless the individual who asked for your work is naive, s/he should be able to install Perl; set up an apache server, MYSQL, and whatever else (my memory is slipping) is needed.

In reply to Re^3: How to run a linux/perl-based website on a CD for Windows by ww
in thread How to run a linux/perl-based website on a CD for Windows by Polyglot

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    [Eily]: well, at least it's right about warn doing the same thing as die :)
    [shmem]: same with undef as last element
    [msh210]: oh, good point. It's the best kind of correct
    [shmem]: msh210: but I'd not call it a lie outright. That's when you do know the truth.
    [msh210]: I don't have sendmail (I'm on MS Windows), so does one of you think you can report the bug?
    [shmem]: msh210: 'tis about time to tell the sad truth to perl5porters - via perlbug
    [msh210]: probably whoever wrote that actually knows the truth
    [shmem]: msh210: you can save the perlbug text in a file and send that via your mail agent of choice
    [msh210]: hm, okay, I'll try, thanks
    [shmem]: ...not as an attachment, it's probably better to c&p that into the mail body

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