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Perl && .h files && Metaframe.

by BatGnat (Scribe)
on Dec 04, 2000 at 03:13 UTC ( #44719=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
BatGnat has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

To put it simply, I have downloaded the Citrix Metaframe SDK, it has supplied some .h files along the proper DLL's needed. I can remember reading about a script that will convert a .h to a pm.
I need access to the dll's so I can write some COOL! Metaframe admin stuff.


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Re: Perl && .h files && Metaframe.
by chromatic (Archbishop) on Dec 04, 2000 at 05:09 UTC
    I believe you mean h2xs, which is useful for making module skeletons even without XS components. You will also want to read perlxs and probably perlguts, if you get into more complicated things.

    The versions on the server may be out of date, so try 'perldoc h2xs' on your machine from the command line.

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[marto]: List EXE_FILES installed by CPAN so a couple of people suggest that your code looks obfuscated. I'd have to ageree, from the perspective of those who can't follow all of that one liner, it doesn't read well
Veltro is a weirdo, obsessed with whitespace
[marto]: to use the word "obsession" when so few people have said so little about it is grasping at staws
marto wishes tye was around, he's so much better at this sort of thing
usemodperl likes tye!
usemodperl tye  too
[choroba]: Re^3: LiBXML: New markup while preserving earlier tags? would benefit from a couple of test cases
usemodperl meant tye 
usemodperl pokes Veltro with line noise
usemodperl will try to make better shapes with his line noise, like a camel, or boobs, then it will be called "clever" :-)

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