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    NAME

         perldos - Perl under DOS, W31, W95.
    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

         These are instructions for building Perl under DOS (or w??),
         using DJGPP v2.01 or later. Under w95 long filenames are
         supported.
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

         Before you start, you should glance through the README file
         found in the top-level directory where the Perl distribution
         was extracted.  Make sure you read and understand the terms
         under which this software is being distributed.
    
         This port currently supports MakeMaker (the set of modules
         that is used to build extensions to perl).  Therefore, you
         should be able to build and install most extensions found in
         the CPAN sites.
    
         Prerequisites
    
         DJGPP
             DJGPP is a port of GNU C/C++ compiler and development
             tools to 32-bit, protected-mode environment on Intel
             32-bit CPUs running MS-DOS and compatible operating
             systems, by DJ Delorie <dj@delorie.com> and friends.
    
             For more details (FAQ), check out the home of DJGPP at:
    
                     http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/
    
             If you have questions about DJGPP, try posting to the
             DJGPP newsgroup:  comp.os.msdos.djgpp, or use the email
             gateway djgpp@delorie.com.
    
             You can find the full DJGPP distribution on any
             SimTel.Net mirror all over the world. Like:
    
                     ftp://ftp.simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/gnu/djgpp/v2*
    
             You need the following files to build perl (or add new
             modules):
    
    
    
                     v2/djdev202.zip
                     v2/bnu27b.zip
                     v2gnu/gcc2721b.zip
                     v2gnu/bsh1147b.zip
                     v2gnu/mak3761b.zip
                     v2gnu/fil316b.zip
                     v2gnu/sed118b.zip
                     v2gnu/txt122b.zip
                     v2gnu/dif271b.zip
                     v2gnu/grep21b.zip
                     v2gnu/shl112b.zip
                     v2gnu/gawk303b.zip
                     v2misc/csdpmi4b.zip
    
             or possibly any newer version.
    
         Pthreads
             Thread support is not tested in this version of the
             djgpp perl.
    
         Shortcomings of Perl under DOS
    
         Perl under DOS lacks some features of perl under UNIX
         because of deficiencies in the UNIX-emulation, most notably:
    
         o   fork() and pipe()
    
         o   some features of the UNIX filesystem regarding link
             count and file dates
    
         o   in-place operation is a little bit broken with short
             filenames
    
         o   sockets
    
         Building
    
         o   Unpack the source package perl5.6*.tar.gz with djtarx.
             If you want to use long file names under w95, don't
             forget to use
    
                     set LFN=y
    
             before unpacking the archive.
    
         o   Create a "symlink" or copy your bash.exe to sh.exe in
             your `($DJDIR)/bin' directory.
    
                     ln -s bash.exe sh.exe
    
             And make the `SHELL' environment variable point to this
             sh.exe:
                     set SHELL=c:/djgpp/bin/sh.exe (use full path name!)
    
             You can do this in djgpp.env too. Add this line BEFORE
             any section definition:
    
                     +SHELL=%DJDIR%/bin/sh.exe
    
    
         o   If you have split.exe and gsplit.exe in your path, then
             rename split.exe to djsplit.exe, and gsplit.exe to
             split.exe.  Copy or link gecho.exe to echo.exe if you
             don't have echo.exe.  Copy or link gawk.exe to awk.exe
             if you don't have awk.exe.
    
         o   Chdir to the djgpp subdirectory of perl toplevel and
             type the following command:
    
                     configure.bat
    
             This will do some preprocessing then run the Configure
             script for you.  The Configure script is interactive,
             but in most cases you just need to press ENTER.
    
             If the script says that your package is incomplete, and
             asks whether to continue, just answer with Y (this can
             only happen if you don't use long filenames).
    
             When Configure asks about the extensions, I suggest IO
             and Fcntl, and if you want database handling then
             SDBM_File or GDBM_File (you need to install gdbm for
             this one). If you want to use the POSIX extension (this
             is the default), make sure that the stack size of your
             cc1.exe is at least 512kbyte (you can check this with:
             `stubedit cc1.exe').
    
             You can use the Configure script in non-interactive mode
             too.  When I built my perl.exe, I used something like
             this:
    
                     configure.bat -des
    
             You can find more info about Configure's command line
             switches in the INSTALL file.
    
             When the script ends, and you want to change some values
             in the generated config.sh file, then run
    
                     sh Configure -S
    
             after you made your modifications.
    
             IMPORTANT: if you use this `-S' switch, be sure to
             delete the CONFIG environment variable before running
             the script:
    
                     set CONFIG=
    
    
         o   Now you can compile Perl. Type:
    
                     make
    
    
         Testing
    
         Type:
    
                 make test
    
         If you're lucky you should see "All tests successful". But
         there can be a few failed subtests (less than 5 hopefully)
         depending on some external conditions (e.g. some subtests
         fail under linux/dosemu or plain dos with short filenames
         only).
    
         Installation
    
         Type:
    
                 make install
    
         This will copy the newly compiled perl and libraries into
         your DJGPP directory structure. Perl.exe and the utilities
         go into `($DJDIR)/bin', and the library goes under
         `($DJDIR)/lib/perl5'. The pod documentation goes under
         `($DJDIR)/lib/perl5/pod'.
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

         Laszlo Molnar, laszlo.molnar@eth.ericsson.se
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

         perl(1).
    
    
    
    


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