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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • But... (Score:3, Interesting)

    by bart (450) <bart.lateur@pandora.be> on 2004.01.02 14:55 (#26970) Journal
    Are there any that can be used to compile Perl?

    I'm rather fond of lcc, but I don't think one can use it to build Perl. At least, I've not heard of anybody who did it. And me, I'm not enough of a hero in C to even attempt it.

    • Re:But... (Score:3, Interesting)

      Nigel Sandever provided a patch to get PerlIO working with the borland compiler, which is now in the development sources. If anyone with access to Windows and any of these compilers wants help in herding Perl to work with them, don't hesitate to mail perl5-porters. You don't actually need to subscribe to mail it, and people will Cc: you if asked, which lets you avoid all the other stuff.

    • Cygwin [cygwin.com] can be used to compile Perl.