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Hi,

I have a doubt regarding one of the utilities in perl - "perlcc"

5 years ago I had written a perl script and had used "perlcc" to create its binary equivalent, now I have to make some changes in the script and again want its binary equivalent. Now the perl version has changed to v5.8.8, earlier being v5.8.0. After I try to execute the below mentioned command it gives me the following error :

mccpbtopdev% /usr/local/bin/perlcc -o rpt_template2 excel_template.pl

Segmentation Fault - core dumped

/usr/local/bin/perlcc: excel_template.pl did not compile, which can't happen:

Starting compile Walking tree Exporter saved (it is in Symbol's @ISA) IO::Handle saved (it is in IO::File's @ISA) IO::Seekable saved (it is in IO::File's @ISA) OLE::Storage_Lite::PPS saved (it is in OLE::Storage_Lite::PPS::Dir's @ISA) Spreadsheet::WriteExcel::Workbook saved (it is in Spreadsheet::WriteExcel's @ISA) Prescan Saving methods Basically its giving Segmentation Fault with a core dump file. Please help..

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