This tutorial outlines the steps you need to take in order to compile your perl scripts into standalone executables. There are a few ways to do this, including the commerical Perl2Exe, and packages such as PerlBin and App::Packer, and a tool called perlcc. I have had the most luck using a free perl module called PAR, which packs perl code into a single .exe file, including all DLLs and other dependencies, so that is what I will discuss here.
Very interesting. Is there any speed difference between a compiled exe and running the script over the perl exe? Is it really compiled? Or is it just script+interpreter in an exe?
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