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Source code changes of the file "hints/catamount.sh" between
perl-5.28.2.tar.xz and perl-5.28.3.tar.xz

About: Perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language) is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. Stable release.

catamount.sh  (perl-5.28.2.tar.xz):catamount.sh  (perl-5.28.3.tar.xz)
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# #
# sh Configure -des # sh Configure -des
# make perl # make perl
# #
# "make install" won't work since it assumes file globbing (see above). # "make install" won't work since it assumes file globbing (see above).
# You can try the following manual way: # You can try the following manual way:
# #
# mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount # mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount
# mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount/include # mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount/include
# mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount/lib # mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount/lib
# mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount/lib/perl5/5.28.2 # mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount/lib/perl5/5.28.3
# mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount/bin # mkdir -p /opt/perl-catamount/bin
# cp *.h /opt/perl-catamount/include # cp *.h /opt/perl-catamount/include
# cp libperl.a /opt/perl-catamount/lib # cp libperl.a /opt/perl-catamount/lib
# cp -pr lib/* /opt/perl-catamount/lib/perl5/5.28.2 # cp -pr lib/* /opt/perl-catamount/lib/perl5/5.28.3
# cp miniperl perl run.sh cc.sh /opt/perl-catamount/lib # cp miniperl perl run.sh cc.sh /opt/perl-catamount/lib
# #
# With the headers and the libperl.a you can embed Perl to your Catamount # With the headers and the libperl.a you can embed Perl to your Catamount
# application, see pod/perlembed.pod. You can do for example: # application, see pod/perlembed.pod. You can do for example:
# #
# cc -I/opt/perl-catamount/include -L/opt/perl-catamount/lib -o embed embed.c # cc -I/opt/perl-catamount/include -L/opt/perl-catamount/lib -o embed embed.c
# yod -sz 1 ./embed -le 'print sqrt(2)' # yod -sz 1 ./embed -le 'print sqrt(2)'
# #
# You might want to have the run.sh execution wrapper around (it gets created # You might want to have the run.sh execution wrapper around (it gets created
# in the Perl build directory) if you want to run the miniperl or perl in # in the Perl build directory) if you want to run the miniperl or perl in
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