I am trying to build a binary in Darwin environment with perlapp.
I am using
my OS is
Compiling our app with PDK updated to 9.1.1 so we can have LWP::UserAgent v6 (SSL verification) perlapp now errors with:-
PerlApp 9.1.1 build 295479
Copyright (C) 1998-2011 ActiveState Software Inc. All rights reserved.
Commercial license for XXXX
error: Can't locate Date/Format.pm
refby: testapp.pl line 9
error: Can't locate I18N/Langinfo.pm
refby: .../1205/windows-x86-32/lib/Encode/Locale.pm line 51
error: Can't locate JSON/PP58.pm
When I compile any program with Perlapp, it works fine. But the second program I compile (and all others from then on) give me an error (listed below). This persists until I reboot my computer. At that point I can compile one program again before I have to reboot.
I don't like having to restart Windows every time I want to compile. Does anyone have any idea why it's doing this? Some DLL I need to unload maybe?
Can't reopen 'program.exe' for write: Permission denied at /Win32/PE.pm line 413.
Is it possible to have 64 bit Perl installed on my develop computer and use PerlSvc to compile an executable capable to running on a 32bit OS? If so, how?
I recently upgraded from Perl Dev 9.0.1 to 9.1.1. When i recompiled my application it is aborting right away with an error cannot find MSVC100.DLL. Does the new Perl Dev Kit require Visual C runtime 10.x on all the systems your compiled application runs on?
I got this error when I start PerlApp:
The path 'R:\Programming\Perl\Perl\Perl\bin' is not valid at /PDK/Util.pm line 186
Obviously, my Perl is in P drive, not R drive, though the rest of path is correct. I don't know how this assumption was made in this way. I've checked through my environment path, as well regedit, nowhere mention about R:\Programming\.. But that also mean, I have nowhere to fix(hack) this error. Seems things are packed inside pdklib.dll.
So any clue for me to fix this problem ?
I created a stand-alone executable using PerlApp that connects to Oracle on the local machine. The executable works fine on Win 2003 servers, but when I try to run it on Win 2008, I get the error:
Can't load 'auto/DBD/Oracle/Oracle.dll'
Is this a problem with the fact that this is a 64-bit machine?
sqlplus runs fine on this machine, so I don't think there is any problem with the Oracle install itself.
Hello, I'm new to PERL and newer to ActiveState. I'm trying to create an MS-DOS executable from a PERL script. I've searched the forum here and haven't found an answer. I get the following error when creating the executable. I understand I have a dll version problem, but how do I fix it? Thanks
Perl lib version (5.10.1) doesn't match executable version (v5.8.7) at C:/Perl220.127.116.11/lib/Config.pm line 50.
Compilation failed in require at C:/Perl18.104.22.168/lib/threads.pm line 13.
Compilation failed in require at pdkcheck line 16.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at pdkcheck line 17.
We have used the latest PDK to develop a wrapper for a long standing Perl script in order that we can call this directly from and ASP.Net application using C#.
We have done rigorous testing on local Windows 7 development machines and deployed to a test environment in Windows 2003 which all worked fine. Now we have run into a major issue when deploying to a clean install of Windows 2003. Our application failed at the point of calling the PerlNet component with the following error:
"Undefined subroutine &[OURPACKAGENAME:ourSubroutine] called"
An example is given below...
my $outfile = "out.txt";
my $url = "https://mail.yahoo.com/";
my $username = "your_email_username_here";
my $password = "your_account_password_here";
my $mech = WWW::Mechanize->new();
$mech->field(login => $username);
$mech->field(passwd => $password);
my $output_page = $mech->content();
print OUTFILE "$output_page";