Sorry for such a borderline question about perl, but scripting is not always dirty programming ;-)
As I start a ClearCase support job on a Windows (not my choice) environment, I will probably have to manage perl script.
And I want also o manage the perl distrib, to have an up to date one (not the "old" 5.6.1 delivered with CCase), and to manage the possibly future added modules.
No problem to install a perl distrib on windows, even in a view as a private directory tree. It works well.
But when adding the perl directory tree to source control (via a CCase related tool), I can no more run the perl interpreter.
It fails with a "Cannot Initialize Application properly (Oxc0000022).
The perl directory is named "perl" as during the install, and has the same root.
Moreover, I have checked that the executable bit on the .exe and also .bat files is on.
Have a look at the desc of the perl.exe :
ct desc -l perl.exe
created 19-juin-05.03:44:22 by pinardon.Utilisa. du domaine@MYMACHINE
"created by clearfsimport"
User : NET\pinardon : r-x
Group: NET\Utilisa. du domaine : r-x
Other: : r-x
element type: compressed_file
predecessor version: \main\0
So, if anyone could have an idea, it will help me greatly.
Thanks a lot and have a nice day or evening, depending on where you are on the planet ;)