I'm getting a perl debugger warning pop up (see attachment) when installing our licensed version of your Perl Dev Kit 6.0. Its an old (possibly 32bit) installer that we have used over the years.
The warming pop up is an empty warning message. Normally I wouldnt worry about this too much, but the debugger wont start. When trying to start the debugger the error message is "Failed to start the ActiveState Perl Debugger. Please ensure that the activestate perl debuger is properly installed and try again".
Just purchased the license for $300 and reinstall the PDK. But the the license is still the eval version. There is no where to prompt me install the license.
I just uninstalled Perl 5.16 and installed 5.18. Also, I uninstalled PDK 9.2.1 and installed PDK 9.3.
After upgrading Perl and PDK, when I open the Mail::Sender (sender.pm) module I get this errors:
Can't load 'C:/Perl/site/lib/auto/Encode/Encode.dll' for module Encode: load_file:The specified module could not be found at C:/Perl/lib/XSLoader.pm line 68.
at C:/Perl/site/lib/Encode.pm line 10.
Compilation failed in require at C:/Perl/site/lib/Mail/Sender.pm line 27.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at C:/Perl/site/lib/Mail/Sender.pm line 27.
The PDK delivers different results when __FILE__ is used in a file vs when used in an external package. This is PDK 3.0 with Perl 5.16 on Windows 7 - this has been replicated on Mac and Windows 8.
The .PL and .PM and the associated Makefile are provided in the attached zip
I'm having difficulty running PDK-generated .exe files in a Japanese locale. Specifically, the error thrown when running the exe on a Japanese machine is this:
Could you help? Many thanks!
We would like to but the Perl SDk kit for out company and now we trying the 21 days version.
I created simple perl file and made
executable from it.
Trying to run it on another machine with no perl on it , i got "Error: Can't find perl516.dll. Make sure the ActivePerl bin directory is in you PATH"
What am i doing wrong ?
Is it real self executable or not ?
Please help me to decide it but it or not.
The PERL5LIB environmental variable is not working for any of the PDK products. It works fine for Komodo editor. I have tried all kinds of different directories, with spaces without spaces and have rebooted to make sure the setting is complete with no luck. See Attachment for screen shot.
Finding out that PDK 9.2.1 will not work with ActivePerl 5.16.3, I installed ActivePerl 5.12.5 on an aix server and then reinstalled PDK 9.2.1 to point to the 5.12.5 AP. Now I don't get the error about incompatibility, but perlapp fails with compilation errors and a core dump. I ran the script with straight perl (the 5.12.5 binary) and it works fine.
Any debug ideas?
This is on an AIX 6.1 ppc server.
Here is my version info:
jenkins@sc-aix-build:/jenkins > which perl
jenkins@sc-aix-build:/jenkins > perl --version
This is perl 5, version 16, subversion 3 (v5.16.3) built for aix-thread-multi
(with 1 registered patch, see perl -V for more detail)
Copyright 1987-2012, Larry Wall
Binary build 1603  provided by ActiveState http://www.ActiveState.com
Built Mar 13 2013 13:49:09
Perl may be copied only under the terms of either the Artistic License or the
Any one knows, what is the future plan for Active State PDK with Perl 5.18 support? I am heavily using PDK with 4 licenses, I see PDK is not bundling the updated Moose modules properly (I could manage it by adding dependencies manually) Still it is not bundling modules with Moose with Traits like below code snip,