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http://perldoc.perl.org/perlcygwin.html#*-rebase-errors-on-fork-or-system mentions a perlrebase that comes with cygwin, http://code.google.com/p/cygwin-rurban/source/browse/trunk/release/perl/perlrebase, https://code.google.com/p/cygwin-rurban/source/browse/trunk/release/perl/build_common, this one uses bin/sh, but particular to cygwin perl

But at least its clear from this one writing one of these shouldn't be hard :)

findrule $installprefix -file -name *.dll | grep -v "rebase\.exe$|msys\S+\.dll$|cyg\S+\.dll" > $tempfile

pskill perl

rebase -T $tempfile -v -s

update: reini discusses makemaker rebase database Re: perlrebase, is there no better way?

So this is more common on cygwin, but should be solvable from makemaker by keeping a database ( without killing perl

update: oh hey , perlrebase came with mingw-get, naturally its for msys-perl not strawberry and alikes :)


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