I'm afraid you misunderstood the question:
I need a short way to translate given *n*x snippets into a Win compatible form °
And -M5.012 already works, but its
- far longer than -E and requires more typing
- it's not accurate because -E actually means -Mfeature=:all which is even longer
FWIW I can't combine -E with -
D:\tmp\pm>perl -E -
syntax error at -e line 1, at EOF
Execution of -e aborted due to compilation errors.
The only way I see is to write a local pseudomodule E.pm which does the imports with -ME ...
But this would only work for me and wouldn't help people trying out my snippets.
°) well actually before all I want snippets here to be as much low barrier as possible.
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