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Perl CE 5.6.0

Open Source
Perl 5.6.0 for Windows CE 2.11
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Description

This port is based on the native ntperl and was tested on a Jornada
680 with SH3 and a Compaq 2930A with MIPS.

The binary distribution contains only a minimal subset of perl files.

Limitations:

* No pipes.
* Does not compile/run with optimizations.

Sources:

The sources can be made available if there is interest. You
need a Visual C 6.0 installation and a Windows CE SDK to recompile.

The port is mainly based on a crt-library I had to write
to compensate the lack of functions in Microsoft's library
and ANSI wrappers for Unicode functions.

See also the included perl.txt file.

System Requirements

Installation:

* Get the tar file for your processor and the desktop tools archive.

* Unpack the tar file to a directory on your
desktop pc and copy the files to your device.

* Fix the registry entries in the sample 'wince-registry.bat' to
match your paths and execute it on your desktop pc.

Installation Instructions

Installation:

* Get the tar file for your processor and the desktop tools archive.

* Unpack the tar file to a directory on your
desktop pc and copy the files to your device.

* Fix the registry entries in the sample 'wince-registry.bat' to
match your paths and execute it on your desktop pc.

Tags

ProgrammingdevelopmentPerlCoding

   
License Open Source
The program is open source, free and the source code is available on-line.
   
Popularity 1604
Total Downloads  16
   
Submitted By C:Amie
Submitted On 12 February 2021

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