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Sunday March 23, 2008
12:53 PM

Portability and strawberry Perl

[ #35965 ]

Installed strawberry Perl on my Windows XP, so I can test my Perl modules.

One of the modules I am writing at the moment is based on a big quantity of C code. Fortunately strawberry Perl includes a version of MingW C compiler, and a standard C library (unfortunately a little limited, as it does not include standard POSIX functions like sleep or mkstemp). In any way, after a day of C programming, my program compiled without major warning.

My problem, at the moment, is running the program. I have a strange problem with the open and read C functions. As I made a post on my blog about it, if you feel you are able to help me, please visit it at http://null.perl-hackers.net/2008/03/cant_understand_this_c_thingy.html.

Thank you in advance!

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  • Basically, under windows it must be made explicit if we are opening a binary or a textual file. So, open with flag O_BINARY.

    Cheers.