Hi, thanks for your reply.
When I get the warning it looks like it is looking for Unix.dll in the auto folder. If I am not mistaken, that's something generated by PerlApp's (XSLoader ?) during runtime. I have the Unix.pm from my Perl installation and somehow, it probably uses the Unix.pm to generate a Unix.dll. All other dlls have been created by PerlApp except this one. Do I have to make it (Unix.dll) ? It is probably failing in creating it automatically and that is why I cannot find it. My question is therefore how do I make it or where do I download it?
These were my settings for PerlApp:
--lib L:\Perl64\bin --norunlib --nologo --verbose --force --exe Key_Fl
--perl L:\Perl64\bin\perl.exe Key_Flipper.pl
I was forced to add the module File::Spec::Unix because File::Spec::Win32 references it and PerlApp fails to create an executable without it. But even upon adding the module, PerlApp fails to create the Unix.dll in the auto folder.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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