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Win32 PerlCC erros - help!

 



Drew
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Jun 25, 2000, 6:26 PM

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Win32 PerlCC erros - help! Can't Post

I cannot get the perlcc command to work on my Windows 98 pc. This is exactly what takes place, copied directly from the DOS window:

C:\Drew\webdev>perlcc execcgi.pl

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Compiling execcgi.pl:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Making C(execcgi.pl.c) for execcgi.pl!
C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe -IC:/Perl/lib -IC:/Perl/site/lib -I. -MO=CC,-oexeccgi.pl.c
execcgi.pl
execcgi.pl syntax OK
Compiling C(execcgi) for execcgi.pl!
Couldn't open !


The problem is right there, that annoying "Couldn't Open !" What is it talking about? No matter what I try it simply will NOT work!

Help!


perlkid
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Jun 25, 2000, 9:41 PM

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Re: Win32 PerlCC erros - help! [In reply to] Can't Post

 
If this were on a unix system I'd say to check the permissions of the file it's trying to open. But since it's on windows I remember a similar characteristic when you open the explorer menue. If you right click on a file and select properties under the general tab it says the file attributes, It will say Archive, Read Only, Hidden, And System. I'd check those properties and see if it's checked as an archive so it's accessible.

Just a suggestion. I don't use perl on windows.

perlkid


Drew
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Jun 26, 2000, 10:20 AM

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Re: Win32 PerlCC erros - help! [In reply to] Can't Post

It opens the file just fine, it even generates the .c source code file...then it gives me the couldn't open error. I checked and made sure the file was "Archived," it was. Perhaps "Couldn't Open !" refers to the compiler that is suppose to compile the .c source file (which is being generated).

 
 


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