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    NAME

         perlamiga - Perl under Amiga OS
    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

         One can read this document in the following formats:
    
                 man perlamiga
                 multiview perlamiga.guide
    
         to list some (not all may be available simultaneously), or
         it may be read as is: either as README.amiga, or
         pod/perlamiga.pod.
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

         Prerequisites
    
         Unix emulation for AmigaOS: ixemul.library
               You need the Unix emulation for AmigaOS, whose most
               important part is ixemul.library. For a minimum setup,
               get the following archives from
               ftp://ftp.ninemoons.com/pub/ade/current or a mirror:
    
               ixemul-46.0-bin.lha ixemul-46.0-env-bin.lha pdksh-
               4.9-bin.lha ADE-misc-bin.lha
    
               Note that there might be newer versions available by
               the time you read this.
    
               Note also that this is a minimum setup; you might want
               to add other packages of ADE (the Amiga Developers
               Environment).
    
         Version of Amiga OS
               You need at the very least AmigaOS version 2.0.
               Recommended is version 3.1.
    
         Starting Perl programs under AmigaOS
    
         Start your Perl program foo with arguments `arg1 arg2 arg3'
         the same way as on any other platform, by
    
                 perl foo arg1 arg2 arg3
    
         If you want to specify perl options `-my_opts' to the perl
         itself (as opposed to to your program), use
    
                 perl -my_opts foo arg1 arg2 arg3
    
         Alternately, you can try to get a replacement for the
         system's Execute command that honors the #!/usr/bin/perl
         syntax in scripts and set the s-Bit of your scripts. Then
         you can invoke your scripts like under UNIX with
                 foo arg1 arg2 arg3
    
         (Note that having *nixish full path to perl /usr/bin/perl is
         not necessary, perl would be enough, but having full path
         would make it easier to use your script under *nix.)
    
         Shortcomings of Perl under AmigaOS
    
         Perl under AmigaOS lacks some features of perl under UNIX
         because of deficiencies in the UNIX-emulation, most notably:
    
         fork()
    
    file dates
         some features of the UNIX filesystem regarding link count and
    
         inplace operation (the -i switch) without backup file
    
    file is finally close()d
         umask() works, but the correct permissions are only set when the
    
    
    

    INSTALLATION

         Change to the installation directory (most probably ADE:),
         and extract the binary distribution:
    
         lha -mraxe x perl-5.003-bin.lha
    
         or
    
         tar xvzpf perl-5.003-bin.tgz
    
         (Of course you need lha or tar and gunzip for this.)
    
         For installation of the Unix emulation, read the appropriate
         docs.
    
    
    

    Accessing documentation

         Manpages
    
         If you have `man' installed on your system, and you
         installed perl manpages, use something like this:
    
                 man perlfunc
                 man less
                 man ExtUtils.MakeMaker
    
         to access documentation for different components of Perl.
         Start with
    
                 man perl
    
         Note: You have to modify your man.conf file to search for
         manpages in the /ade/lib/perl5/man/man3 directory, or the
         man pages for the perl library will not be found.
    
         Note that dot (.) is used as a package separator for
         documentation for packages, and as usual, sometimes you need
         to give the section - `3' above - to avoid shadowing by the
         less(1) manpage.
    
         HTML
    
         If you have some WWW browser available, you can build HTML
         docs.  Cd to directory with .pod files, and do like this
    
                 cd /ade/lib/perl5/pod
                 pod2html
    
         After this you can direct your browser the file perl.html in
         this directory, and go ahead with reading docs.
    
         Alternatively you may be able to get these docs prebuilt
         from `CPAN'.
    
         GNU `info' files
    
         Users of `Emacs' would appreciate it very much, especially
         with `CPerl' mode loaded. You need to get latest `pod2info'
         from `CPAN', or, alternately, prebuilt info pages.
    
         `LaTeX' docs
    
         can be constructed using `pod2latex'.
    
    
    

    BUILD

         Here we discuss how to build Perl under AmigaOS.
    
         Prerequisites
    
         You need to have the latest ADE (Amiga Developers
         Environment) from ftp://ftp.ninemoons.com/pub/ade/current.
         Also, you need a lot of free memory, probably at least 8MB.
    
         Getting the perl source
    
         You can either get the latest perl-for-amiga source from
         Ninemoons and extract it with:
    
           tar xvzpf perl-5.004-src.tgz
    
         or get the official source from CPAN:
    
           http://www.perl.com/CPAN/src/5.0
    
         Extract it like this
    
           tar xvzpf perl5.004.tar.gz
    
         You will see a message about errors while extracting
         Configure. This is normal and expected. (There is a conflict
         with a similarly-named file configure, but it causes no
         harm.)
    
         Making
    
           sh configure.gnu --prefix=/ade
    
         Now
    
           make
    
    
         Testing
    
         Now run
    
           make test
    
         Some tests will be skipped because they need the fork()
         function:
    
         io/pipe.t, op/fork.t, lib/filehand.t, lib/open2.t,
         lib/open3.t, lib/io_pipe.t, lib/io_sock.t
    
         Installing the built perl
    
         Run
    
           make install
    
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

         Norbert Pueschel, pueschel@imsdd.meb.uni-bonn.de
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

         perl(1).
    
    
    
    


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