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tkpp - frontend to pp written in Perl/Tk
Tkpp is a GUI frontend to pp, which can turn perl scripts into stand-alone PAR files, perl scripts or executables.
Below is a short explanation of all available screen elements; it is also displayed from the
Help Contents menu item.
The file you want to pack.
The file you want the source file packed as. This option recognizes the
.pl and executable extensions, and supplies the corresponding build option automatically.
The icon file you want your output file to use. This option will only work when building Microsoft Windows
.exe files. Currently, this option only accepts
Add the specified items into the package, along with their dependencies. Multiple items should be seperated by a comma (
,) or semicolon (
Exclude the given module from the dependency search path and from the package. Multiple modules should be seperated by a comma (
,) or semicolon (
Specify the dependency scanning method to use. See pp for explanations of the options.
Build an executable that does not have a console window. This option is only applicable on Microsoft Windows, and is ignored when the output file is a
Log the output of packaging to a file. The log file, tkpp.log, will be written in the user's home directory.
Increase verbosity of output; from 1 to 3, 3 being the most verbose. This option is ignored if logging is not enabled.
Starts building the package.
Specify the location to perl and pp. They must be set before Tkpp will build anything. The Tkpp configuration file, .tkpprc, is stored in the user's home directory.
I write code for a living not literature, so any misspelled words in any comments or anything, whoops ;)
Tkpp was written by Doug Gruber. In the event this application breaks, you get both pieces ;)
Copyright 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 by Doug Gruber <doug(a)dougthug.com>, Audrey Tang <email@example.com>.
Neither this program nor the associated pp program impose any licensing restrictions on files generated by their execution, in accordance with the 8th article of the Artistic License:
"Aggregation of this Package with a commercial distribution is always permitted provided that the use of this Package is embedded; that is, when no overt attempt is made to make this Package's interfaces visible to the end user of the commercial distribution. Such use shall not be construed as a distribution of this Package."
Therefore, you are absolutely free to place any license on the resulting executable, as long as the packed 3rd-party libraries are also available under the Artistic License.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.