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Congratulations, you've reinvented shar/ fatpack

Congratulations, pp --perlscript can almost do that too :) provided you use -X coremod to exclude core modules

system qw{ pp -M Data::Dump::FilterContext -M Data::Dump::Filtered -M Data::Dump -X File::Glob -X threads -X Symbol -X subs -X overload -X Exporter -X vars -X utf8 -X strict -X base -X Carp -X Config -X Exporter::Heavy -X feature -X XSLoader -X DynaLoader -X Scalar::Util -X mro -X warnings::register -X integer -X warnings -X MIME::Base64 -X Text::ParseWords -X List::Util -C CACHEFILE --perlscript -o ddvars -e } => 'use Data::Dump; dd\@INC,\%ENV; ';

Sure various lib/unicore/lib/IDC/ get packed as well, but no binary components get packed, no .dll's or .so's

In reply to Re: - Pack script and dependencies into self-extracting bash script by Anonymous Monk
in thread - Pack script and dependencies into self-extracting bash script by jbryan

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