What I do is install Activestate Perl in the default spot then create the directory path C:\usr\bin\
into which I drag-drop a copy of perl.exe
. Apache uses this executable as detailed in the shebang #!/usr/bin/perl
. Since the executable knows where its libs are, everything works like a charm. You can then take your locally-developed scripts and port them to *nix platforms if you want with nary an edit!
(Ph) Phaysis (Shawn)
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