I tried yesterday update to newest AP 126.96.36.1991 and have not succeed to get it working.
Firstly uninstalled completely previous perl. Then new install to the same directory, and perl is crashing on most of my existing scripts that were working with perl 5.16. I think the bug which was already present in AP 5.18.1 is still present (wrong linkage to perl516.dll). Anyway I didnot manage any of 5.18 perls fully functional and I did update this software many times. So I assume there's something wrong with all 5.18 builds.
I work for a company which is currently using AP 5.8.822 on their 2003 box and have quite a few Perl scripts. I see in the AS 5.16 documentation, it says build 16xx is incompatible with previous version's binaries, though I'm not sure what that entails.
If we were to upgrade to 5.16.x as I have on my PC, would it break all of the existing Perl scripts written and used in the 5.8.822 environment? I would like to upgrade so I can use the remove_tree function and output to a scalar variable for logging purposes, as opposed to just the spray and pray of rmtree.
I have been using active state perl for over 8 years.
The person that setup the dev servers have since left.
We purchased the latest version of PDK.
I installed a new server with PDK 9.2.1 and Perl 5.16.3
The PERLLIB ENV is set to c:\Perl64\site\lib and c:\Perl64\lib
When I compile the perl script to exe everything works fine.
When I execute the script I get the following error:
Can't locate arybase.pm in @INC (@INC contains: C:\dev\perl\) at /Net/Telnet.pm line 536
It is almost like the compiler don't add the libraries to the exe.
I asked this question on various ActiveState forums and in an email to ActiveState support with no reply. I'll try here. Can anybody say when 5.18.2 will be released?
Please share the link details where I can download the community edition of Active Perl for Solaris 19 (X86).
or more to the point, won't run script.
localhost gary # /home/gary/Perl/printenv.pl run
bash: /home/gary/Perl/printenv.pl: /opt/ActivePerl*/bin/perl^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
localhost gary #
i did the; chmod +x /home/gary/Perl/printenv.pl
The shabang line to; /opt/ActivePerl-5.16/bin/perl
(thats where the perl install lives)
tried to run the bash shell over it to see it;
Recoamimdations from google;
So whats up, how do i run perl script in linux - mint - mate
os / debian - mint - mate,
very interesting error message;
I put into the terminal;
localhost gary # /home/gary/Downloads/ActivePerl-188.8.131.523-i686-linux-glibc-2.3.6-296746/install.sh
(perl install error,)
env: perl/bin/perl: No such file or directory
I am among the folks who have seriously broken/missing documentation. My *perl* [and all the packages I've used so far, which isn't all that many of 'em] runs perfectly. But the documentation is decimated [as with everyone else, even the core-components section is missing]. The only "solution" I've seen is a vague-feeling comment that something must have gone wrong with the installation [even though *some* docs are installed, and the actual program is installed], and the fix is to reinstall. such is life...
I'm using perl v5.12.4 on a Win7 system
Backticks have stopped working. EG:
$cmd=`dir`; now returns a null string.
$cmd=`file.htm`; used to start the default browser on the named file. It no longer does anything.
System("dir"); similarly no longer works.
The commands work fine if entered on the command line or a batch file without perl.
Can anyone suggest a possible reason for this?
Is there some particular file responsible for handling backticks and system() which I might try to replace?
I am installing ActivePerl as part of software build on Amazon AWS. Is there a "response file" (yes, I agree with license terms, this is the installation directory, etc) that I could use to avoid manual installation?