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    Does anyone knows
    a perl script compiler to convert source to machine code ?
    Therefore, Nobody knows my perl source code.
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    No, you can't compile perl source code. It's allready protected from prying eyes by the webserver, which executes the code and only sends the output. This mean that when i try to retrieve your script, i won't be seeing the source-code, but i'll see the output. Just make sure all permissions are set to 755 or -rwxr-xr-x. You can do this in most clients with the chmod command.

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    Hi,

    There's a way to encrypt it . Go to CPAN and look for crypt.pm. Read docs.

    Best wishes of luck.
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    Another option, if you don't mind huge executables for 5 line programs is perlcc. perlcc is part of the 5.6.0 perl distribution. I forget which version it appeared in, but it is also a part of the standard 5.00503 distribution.



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    there is program for both win32 and linux environment to create an .exe from your perl script.

    it's at http://www.dynamicstate.com/perl2exe.htm


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