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Re^3: perl2exe - no more secrets

by Aristotle (Chancellor)
on Feb 24, 2003 at 14:24 UTC ( #238120=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: perl2exe - no more secrets
in thread perl2exe - no more secrets

Then you use PAR, as merlyn already pointed out.

Makeshifts last the longest.


Comment on Re^3: perl2exe - no more secrets
Re: Re^3: perl2exe - no more secrets
by Vennis (Pilgrim) on Feb 24, 2003 at 14:47 UTC
    The PAR solution available is no argument for NOT using PerApp or perl2exe if it is just about being able to redistribute Perl software without Perl installation.

    That's just another way. Also (slightly) more complex if you are used to download ActiveState Perl Install-executables and use PPM for module installation.

    Q: Why did the Perlmonk cross the road?
    A: He wanted to escape the match.

      The PAR solution available is no argument for NOT using PerApp or perl2exe if it is just about being able to redistribute Perl software without Perl installation.
      Yes it is. Why pay for perlapp/perl2exe when you get PAR for free?

        Why use PAR when the company is willing to buy the Perl Dev Kit?

        Why not use both? I will use PAR for scripts I write for other people. But for the company, I will use PerlApp since it is there.

        Because, perl2exe and perlapp are easy installed ready to run programs. If buying a 30 dollar (i dont know the exact prices) ready2run program saves me 1 hour, i'm earning money.

        That is beside the fact that PAR is fun to play with :-)

        Q: Why did the Perlmonk cross the road?
        A: He wanted to escape the match.

Re^4: perl2exe - no more secrets
by iefbr14 (Initiate) on Nov 25, 2010 at 10:42 UTC
    i tried (hard) to install the PAR suite in my ActiveState Perl environment, with no luck. perl2exe works out of box, and allows me to deploy standalone scripts (while i would not be allowed to install perl). deploy, run, remove... i'd gladly switch to PAR, but it never worked for me.

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