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TinyPerl comes from the last release of standart Perl source. I got for version 2.0, ActivePerl source since it has some bug fixes of Perl 5.8.0

About the Camel code is because it reads the __DATA__ handle, and your script code was loaded inside a variable and paste to eval() to run! I can fix this in the next version opening the handle directly in you file code in the __DATA__ position.

About stability, this 2.0 version I was building before release TinyPerl 1.0 and 1.1. And they are the test of 2.0, since the 2.0 version changes only in the structure and bug fixes of 1.0/1.1! But we know that is impossible to make a real "stable" program or release! For example, when Perl 5.8.0 was released in my 1st test I got an error with Sockets, because they have implemented PerlIO with layer on Socket from default! And they tested this during a long long time!

I really releasede all the TinyPerl version because I have a lot o peoples asking me for this all the time! I can't leave this in my PC for more time if is useful for others!

Thanks for your reply, and bug report! ;-P

Graciliano M. P.
"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".


In reply to Re: Re: TinyPerl 2.0 and new SF site. by gmpassos
in thread TinyPerl 2.0 and new SF site. by gmpassos

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