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From:
Ricky
Date:
March 1, 2002 10:33
Subject:
Re: How can I distrubit a Perl execute envrioment
Message ID:
20020301183305.11733.qmail@onion.perl.org
Thank you! While, what I worry about is that the Registry changes made buy
Active, will it effect my script which using a downloaded module not a
default installed module?
"Timothy Johnson" <tjohnson@sandisk.com> wrote in message
news:C0FD5BECE2F0C84EAA97D7300A500D5002581012@SMILEY...
>
> You have a couple of options.  You can use PerlApp or Perl2exe to create
an
> executable package that includes your script, the interpreter, and all
> required modules if all you need to run is that script.  If you want to
make
> sure that the second computer can run all of your future scripts, then you
> can copy your perl directory to that machine and launch it from there, or
> set up a copy of the perl directory on a server and launch it from there.
> The second might be easier if you end up running your script on more than
> one computer.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ricky
> To: beginners@perl.org
> Sent: 2/28/02 10:11 PM
> Subject: How can I distrubit a Perl execute envrioment
>
> I program a perl Tk program to access MySQL database. The distribution I
> use
> is Active Perl. When I work with my program, I use Active State Perl's
> PPM
> download DBI, PerlTK and MySQL DBD. Now I want to make this program
> working
> on other computer which can't access internet. How can I distribute my
> program with the whole perl module?
>
> Could some give me some advices?
>
> Thanks for any reply!
>
>
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