I've disassembled your app. It is quite complex and consists of a large number of included modules plus three script components that represent the core app. To Active State's credit these are encoded in some way to make disassembly more of a challenge. To facilitate reversing the encoding could you please run PerlApp on the following small perl program and send me the output. Also for my peace of mind please supply the names of the component scripts and any other details you feel relevant that establish that this app was originally written by you as I would naturally be reluctant to reverse a commercial script.
print "Show me the encoding!\n";
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