From: Al Lilianstrom <al.lilianstrom@fn...> - 2002-02-13 15:36:01
Activestate (www.activestate.com) offers the perl developers kits for a
few OSs that basically allow you to create a binary that can be run
anywhere. Versions available for HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, and Windows
See http://www.activestate.com/Products/Perl_Dev_Kit/ for more.
I use this for some LDAP apps for my windows users. Very handy.
> "Bergeron, Jared" wrote:
> Anyone here know how to use ldap on a box that doesn't have the LDAP
> module? Is there a way to do it right from Perl? Office politics wont
> allow installing of modules on this box :(
From: Herb Kornfeldt <herbertkornfeldt@ho...> - 2002-02-13 18:03:29
I seem to recall that you can install private modules in perl, ie
not change the system @INC but still have access to modules
stored in a private module hierarchy? Otherwise the make test
part of installing a module wouldn't work.