Dear wise Monks,
A silly little question :
I'm "playing" with Perldist_Strawberry with a lot of success, but have a little question still unsolved :
the build zip file I get has an architecture like (forgetting about c, site and vendor) :
.\perl\bin\<binaries and .dll>
But I would better like to get something like :
.\<binaries and .dll>
with perl.exe beeing aware of where to find its modules relative to it (I mean @INC).
This is for a very special local use of Perl and is not vital but it would allow me not to alter the PATH environment variable in this case while installing...
Hum, and I, halas, have no way to add any switch to the command line, perl not being called be me so I cannot interact !</p
Any idea on how to achieve this result ?
Any suggestion's welcome and thanks for your time
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