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From: Agustin Rivera
February 27, 2002 12:46
Message ID: 000b01c1bfcf$89ae94e0$cbfea8c0@agustinr
You might be able to run a script written for *nix if you have Cygwin
installed and run it from there.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Craig Williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 12:02 PM
> Does anyone know - will perl2exe (or a different package to create an
> allow a perl script to be launched from windows explorer EVEN THOUGH the
> script is written for unix (and is sitting on a unix netowrk drive)?
> I have many perl scripts my users would find useful but all written to run
> on unix (Sun). I've a large number of users who have neither the rights,
> permissions, desire, or know-how to execute a perl script from a unix
> prompt. So I'm tasked with coddling these windoze people. I'd like to
> them to simply "double click" the .exe which launches the perl script.
> I'd like to avoid any additional installations of perl. Idea's?
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