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While Activestate's version of 5.16.2 did take it's sweet time getting published, please tell me it isn't already unsupported.
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?
I have a virtual machine that I use for perl scripting, the OS is Windows XP Pro 32bits.
I recently bought PDK 9.1 after using 6.0 for a couple of years and I have a problem.
If I use ActivePerl 184.108.40.2061 with PDK 220.127.116.11380 and I compile a script that use the DBI module, it works. I can move the exe to another system and it still works.
If I use ActivePerl 18.104.22.1685 with PDK 22.214.171.1245476 and I compile the same script, it works locally but I can't run it on another system (same as previous), I will get an OCI.DLL error.
I have a simple perl script that I can create an windows EXE for easily. When I try this for Linux, it fails with an error.
I have created a very simple hello world perl script on my windows XP box where perlApp is installed. Code is as follows:
print "Hello World\n";
Is it possible to add to the context menu a "Dump Variable" on the selected variable in the graphical debugger. It would pop up the "Dump Variable" dialog box with the selected text filled in.
The Proximity view only works well for simple variables. It does not work for arrays, hashes, objects like the "Dump Variable" dialog works.
I find myself right clicking on a variable and chose "Quick Eval" and then copy the text from the "Quick Eval" dialog box, then chose under Tools, the "Dump Variable" and paste into it.
We are using trail version of PDK (perlapp) in Linux environment to create one application (.bin file) from a PERL script. We are able to create application but while running it we are facing some error as below.
/local/mnt/workspace/mehul/test$ application.bin test.cfg
Can't load 'auto/IO/IO.so' for module IO: auto/IO/IO.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory at /DynaLoader.pm line 221.
at perlapp line 848
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at IO/Handle.pm line 263.
Will ActivePerl 5.8.6 work with PDK 9.1.1? If not, what is the earliest version of ActivePerl that it will work with?
This is the first time I've used PerlApp, so this may be a very simple one. After compiling, I clicked on the [Test It] and got the following:
I upgraded to Perl 5.14.2 and PerlNET 9.1.1 to gain Win7 compatability for my type wrapper. I eventually got it working again for all WinXP machines (complied on XP), but when it's taken to a Win7 machine the type initializer fails. Any reason this might be? Win7 was the whole point of the upgrade...