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Re: where are all the files I need?

by blue_cowdawg (Prior)
on Jan 21, 2013 at 15:28 UTC ( #1014463=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to where are all the files I need?

      so, it seems I have some file missing.

So... what files are you missing? From your post I'm having some confusion as to what you are looking for.

It looks to me like you are trying to package a bunch of open source libraries with your distro. Rather than copying them directly into your package I'd suggest you actually build them and package them that way.

What type(s) of packages are you building? RPM? MSI? Gzipped-Tar? DEBs? Plain brown wrapper boxes?

      I cannot modify platform X to allow the app to run so I need to package all the shared objects/dlls into the runtime..

That statement confuses me even more. If you cannot modify the target system what's the point of this exercise? Are you planning to install into your home directory or is there somewhere else that you have access to that you are installing. Keep in mind that if you are installing into a non-standard place you need to consider what environmental values need to be modified to make it work.

Last parting shot: Exactly how is this Perl related?


Peter L. Berghold -- Unix Professional
Peter -at- Berghold -dot- Net; AOL IM redcowdawg Yahoo IM: blue_cowdawg


Comment on Re: where are all the files I need?
Re^2: where are all the files I need?
by sdetweil (Sexton) on Jan 21, 2013 at 16:12 UTC
    I know its a far stretch.. its written in Perl..

    perl2exe builds a platform specific executable, and like the perl Packager, it bundles files and unbundles into a folder before invoking the perl app.. these will dynamically be loaded into the executables path.. (and all cleaned up on app exit).

    so, yes, I am bundling the runtime sos (dlls on windows) just enough to make this work, self contained. (I already do this for the commandline version of my app)

    this is a support assistance app. I cannot modify the platform configuration that the user is having trouble with (I can use the ONE folder the app is installed in and ONE folder in /tmp. My app is distributed in a zip for windows and gz for everything else)

    so, I was asking, does anyone know how the default gtk theme engine, used by the wx code, works, so I can find the missing file(s) I need to add to my bundle.

    I ask here cause the spread of talent and experience is wider than anyplace else I've seen..

    if this is too non-perl then please delete this thread.
          so, I was asking, does anyone know how the default gtk engine, used by the wx code, works, so I can find the missing file(s) I need to add to my bundle.

      You just might want to wander over to Google Groups and possibly find the WX users group there and ask. While your app might be written in Perl the libs you speak of are not. I know myself that if I tried to do what you are doing the air in my cubicle would turn a nice shade of blue.


      Peter L. Berghold -- Unix Professional
      Peter -at- Berghold -dot- Net; AOL IM redcowdawg Yahoo IM: blue_cowdawg
        thank you

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