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CGI::Fast is not the same as FCGI. You'll need both modules. Fortunately, FCGI is available via ppm3. (FCGI implements the low-level bits of the fastcgi protocol; CGI::Fast implements an interface to fastcgi that looks like CGI. CGI::Fast depends on FCGI and uses it internally)

Also, what someone else said about PerlApp with regards to recovering source code. It makes recovery of source code hard - harder than pp, so hard that it can't be done without B::Deparse tricks - but doesn't make it totally impossible.

However, I wouldn't worry about it. Just put into your license text that says that decompiling, disassembling, or reverse engineering the source code is against the license. That's really all you can do.

Frankly, I don't understand the extreme paranoia some people develop with regards to their source code. Maybe I don't code things that are special enough - or sell to clients shady enough - to be that paranoid about it.

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In reply to Re^3: FastCGI and EXEs under Windows by fizbin
in thread FastCGI and EXEs under Windows by Stephen Toney

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