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Perl binding

Pavlo Musienko
Hello, all?

I wonder whether it is possible to install the Perl binding for OB on
Windows (e.g. for Strawberry Perl)? On the OB wiki I have found only
installation guide for Linux machines. Does the similar binding exist
for Windows?


Best regards,
Pavlo Musienko

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Re: Perl binding

Noel O'Boyle
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I've looked into this once or twice (most recently about a month ago),
and it has never worked. I tried several available Perl versions
(including Strawberry) without success. I'm no Perl expert, though, so
it may be possible for someone else to figure it out.

- Noel

On 14 July 2010 20:55, Pavlo Musienko <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hello, all?
>
> I wonder whether it is possible to install the Perl binding for OB on
> Windows (e.g. for Strawberry Perl)? On the OB wiki I have found only
> installation guide for Linux machines. Does the similar binding exist
> for Windows?
>
>
> Best regards,
> Pavlo Musienko
>
> --
> email: [hidden email]
> tel. 80977663886
>
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