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I tried to convert a .pl file to .exe file using pp. But i am getting the following error during conversion. I am trying to compare two xml files using the below modules and doing some more operations.Could you please help me here to solve this error.
###################################################################### +########## use strict; no strict 'subs'; use warnings; use Getopt::Long; use File::Copy; use Cwd; use XML::SemanticDiff; use XML::SemanticCompare; use XML::LibXML; #use Win32; #use Win32::Process; use Socket; ###################################################################### +############## print "Here is the testing of perl2exe using perl app";

Output Error Message: PAR::StrippedPARL::Static->get_raw() did not return the raw binary dat +a for a PA R loader at C:/Perl/lib/PAR/StrippedPARL/Base.pm line 141, <DATA> line + 1. Could not write temporary parl (class PAR::StrippedPARL::Static) to fi +le 'C:\DOC UME~1\tcsrangs\LOCALS~1\Temp\1\parle5Y0.exe' at C:/Perl/lib/PAR/Stripp +edPARL/Bas e.pm line 65, <DATA> line 1. C:\Perl\bin/pp: Failed to extract a parl from 'PAR::StrippedPARL::Stat +ic' to fil e 'parlz7sxgss.exe' at C:/Perl/lib/PAR/Packer.pm line 1171, <DATA> lin +e 1.
Thanks,
madtoperl

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