PDK Support

Installation Problems and FAQs for Perl Dev Kit

win32:BuildNumber not consistent with perl -v

I installed PDK 9.2.1 to a windows 8 PC.
The version of ActivePerl installed in my Windows 8 PC is v5.14.4 for msWin32-x64-multithread.

When I starded PDK's PerlApp, an error message "win32:BuildNumber not consistent with perl -v"

How can start the PDK?

perlapp complains about missing libperl.so

so I have a perlapp, compiled with:
perlapp --exe linux-x86-64 --force --perl/opt/activeperl/bin/perl-static sonarpush.pl

note: there is no perl installed on the target system.

Why does the below error happen when the file is executed on the target system? This same perlapp works on an ubuntu system without perl, what is different about cent5.7?

[root@centos5.7 ~]# ./linux-x86-64
Error: Can't locate libperl.so
Make sure the ActivePerl bin directory is in your PATH

perlctrl path error

Hi all when I try to run perlctrl I get the following error:
The path 'C:\TEMP\perl------------please-run-the-install-script------------\bin'
is not valid at /PDK/Util.pm line 186

At the dos prompt I can run perl itself. perl -v returns v5.16.3

Any ideas?

perlapp - single exe-file

Is it possible to create single exe-file from perl project if main utility incluiding (by use,require) many other pl-files,ini-files and pm-files? Besides the utility using for Win32:API interactions few dll-files. The goal is to create single exe-file and to use only it on other computer.

PDK tries to use non-existant Perl path


I have Perl PDK 8.2.1. I have a Win7 64-bit machine. The PDK apps used to work but now do not. They are trying to use a path that does not exist (D:\Perl\bin, I have C:\Perl\bin, no D drive). How do I correct this?


Just tried a simple .exe generation and...

PerlApp 9.2.1 build 296433
Copyright (C) 1998-2012 ActiveState Software Inc. All rights reserved.
Trial license (Expires: 2013-03-15)
* WARNING: Applications generated by this evaluation copy of PerlApp will *
* stop working after the end of the evaluation period: 2013-03-15 *

Created 'CFleet_Control.exe' [Test it]
Executable size: 7.84 MB, 7.05 MB larger than last time (898%)



multiple targets

can a perlapp support multiple targets?

'perlapp --target windows-x86-32' from v5.16.2 64bit

Downloading ActivePerl for windows-x86-32...redirect
Downloading ActivePerl for windows-x86-32...failed 401 Authorization Required

Your ActivePerl Business Edition subscription seems to have expired.
Please visit your account at https://account.activestate.com to
renew your subscription.

While Activestate's version of 5.16.2 did take it's sweet time getting published, please tell me it isn't already unsupported.

PerlApp, --target & ActivePerl 5.16

Seeing that the new version of PDK was out w/ 5.16 support, I'd downloaded the 64-bit version of each. When I tried to create an executable for a 32-bit user, I was surprised to see that this was no longer an option.

When can we expect to have the '--target' option of PerlApp function w/ ActivePerl 5.16?

Which program (or both) will need to be upgraded when this feature becomes available?