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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • From http://www.autrijus.org/par-intro/slide002.html

    What is PAR (Perl Archive Toolkit)?

    • Do what JAR (Java Archive) does for Perl
      • Platform-independent, compressed file format (zip)
      • Aggregates modules, scripts and other files into one file
      • Easy to generate, update and extract
    • Benefit of using PAR:
      • Decreased download and deployment time
      • Saves disk space by compression and selective packaging
    --

    -- tex

    • I bookmarked this sometime ago.
      However it just occurred to me,
      this is a suboptimal name.

      http://www.perl.com/language/ppt/src/par/index.html
      --
      Were that I say, pancakes?
  • For Windows you have two solutions besides PAR (which I haven't tried myself): PerlApp and perl2exe.

    This is an example of a Perl-program-as-exe:
    http://www.bahnhof.se/~johanl/perl/Oasis/ [bahnhof.se]

    In addition to the program-in-one-file you also probably need an installer. A good one is InnoSetup, or the one from the WinAmp guys.