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Firstly, perhaps a clarification. When I wrote "It runs without incident: I don't imagine it's something you'll need to worry about.", my intention was to indicate that, once running, you'll have nothing further to worry about. Maybe you mistakenly read it as: "You don't need to worry about running it.".

Take a look at the PAR::FAQ. While some of it may not be relevant to you, it isn't long and you'd do well to at least scan through all of it; in particular, see "On what platforms can I run PAR? On what platforms will the resulting executable run?".

For what it's worth, the "X Window System" I'm running is XQuartz 2.7.0 (xorg-server 1.11.1). This is not packaged as part of Tk.

I suggest you get your user to run the script I provided (pm_test_pp_tk.pl) and resolve any issues you have with that. When you're happy with the script, move on to pp and start testing the executable. Compiling and emailing executables sets a precedent I'm not happy with: I won't be doing this.

Searching for "X11" in your search engine should provide you with much useful information on this topic.

-- Ken


In reply to Re^5: Perl/Tk and PAR::Packer on OS X by kcott
in thread Perl/Tk and PAR::Packer on OS X by elef

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