He'll need to rebuild perl like you have done too if he's going to use that, in which case he might as well build PAR himself too ;-) ------------------------------------------------ Radan Computational Note that any views or opinions presented in this email are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Radan Computational Ltd. Naoki If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Brian Smith - 2005-07-28 >> It seems that POPFile is This is perl, v5.8.7 built for MSWin32-x86-multi-thread (with 7 registered patches, see perl -V for more detail) Copyright 1987-2005, Larry Wall Binary build 813  provided by ActiveState http://www.ActiveSta +te.com ActiveState Check This Out
I am hoping someone out therein internet space is working on this problem. Help with various SSL modules by johnnywang (who was using v5.8.3)This one by had a reply from randyk who said it meant an upgrade was needed (again, not relevant here I It produced:not ok 31 # TODO & SKIP Not yet clean(Does that test ever pass ? :-)Another possibility worth mentioning for anyone who wants to compile stuffwith AS perl but doesn't Perhaps also -a or -M.) - You are witnessing a bug with (or lack of support for) Dynaloader / Autoloader, etc. http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.par/2005/07/msg1981.html
This, too, can be ruled out as asymptom, too.--------------next itemHere is my Microsoft Compiler information. Then there was this thread on aspn.activestate.com (no real help.) And finally, a Super Search for "PL_memory_wrap" turned up two threads: GPL Perl App to be compiled in Windows .. Here's an example of my problem.I have this perl script that contains this:use strict;use warnings;use DBI;use DBD::SQLite;use DBIx::TextIndex;print "Hello!\n";exit;If I run this directly as a perl script, it runs fine, no Of course, since I'm no longer using POP3 the XTC and XPL headers don't apply to me but I was using them before I switched to IMAP and I don't immediately
Idon't like the idea of having problems with new Active State revisionsas they become available, but it is of course going to happen from timeto time. I looked at mailinglist archives and tried to 'pp -l %path_to_Socket.dll% -o ...' but only thing it changed was error message: It began now as: 'Can't load 'C:\DOCUME~1\kasutaja\LOCALS~1\Temp\par-kasutaja\cache-11259124141\Socket.dll' for module Socket: Priit Can you post a very stripped down script that exhibits the problem? The Procedure Entry Point Could Not Be Located In The Dynamic Link Library Inthe the meanwhile I have done a lot of work to get this compiler going.I would like to complete the job.----------next itemIn Config.pm, I changed to use this: cc => 'c:\"ProgramFiles"\"Microsoft
At least it does with what I am doing now.cd c:\perl\bindumpbin /OUT:perl58dll.txt /EXPORTS perl58.dllMy grep showed this:6 5 00099814 PL_memory_wrapNot too sure what to make of that. 'Perl' can't find 'PL_memory_wrap' I don't speak for John, but my take is that he is preoccupied with other things in his life at this time and just isn't able to devote the time right After you've run vcvars32.bat, enter 'set' (minus the quotes) and examine the output to make sure that the INCLUDE variable has, in fact, been set correctly. this is ActivePerl build 815  and some extra patches - can give more details on request (just mail me, danielmcbrearty AT gmail ). # ThuApr1309:01:232006 Guest - Correspondence added From:
Front page | perl.par | Postings from July 2005 Re: Procedure entry point could not be located Thread Previous | Thread Next From: Steve Hay Date: July 27, 2005 02:19 Subject: Instant Client I now have the basic system working but still need to check the optional POPFile components to see if they have any new Perl dependencies. This one says version13.10.3077.C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003>cl /?Microsoft (R) 32-bit C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 13.10.3077 for 80x86Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1984-2002. Recent Msgs:general/2016-12/msg30406.htmlubuntu-bugs/2016-12/msg11926.htmlscm-fedora-commits/2016-12/msg12068.htmlscm-fedora-commits/2016-12/msg12099.htmlqgis-user-gis/2016-12/msg00154.htmlscm-fedora-commits/2016-12/msg12043.htmlfedora-users/2016-12/msg00571.htmlopenstack-dev/2016-12/msg01046.htmlxen-development/2016-12/msg00342.htmldev.jackrabbit.apache.org/2016-12/msg00346.html Latest News Stories: Linux 4.0 Kernel Released Google Lets SMTP Certificate Expire Open Crypto Audit Passes TrueCrypt CIA 'tried to crack security of Apple devices' Xen Security Bug: Amazon,
I'm not sure, but I think your compiler might be VC 7.1. (If not, then it's "7.something".) I have VC7.0, (top-of-the-range megabucks version) and it seems to dance quite well with In the past 24 hours I installed Perl 220.127.116.113 and the newest free Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 compiler. The Procedure Entry Point Ocistmt Release Could Not Be Located TIA, ciao Dom If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Brian Smith - 2005-07-22 Thanks for the Ocistmtgetnextresult I did not have the compileron my machine until after the installation of perl 5.8.7.You must either rebuild perl using VC++ 7, or get a PAR that was builtwith VC++ 6
It still cannot find windows.h and crashes due to sys/types.h not being found. his comment is here In my earlier message I mentioned one way to run POPFile without the system tray icon. Set PATH=C:\"Program Files"\"Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003"\bin;c:\"Program Files"\"Microsoft Platform SDK"\Include;%PATH% Set INCLUDE=C:\"Program Malcolm Nooning at Jul 28, 2005 at 12:54 pm ⇧ Steve Hay wrote: Sisyphus wrote:If you want me to I can't figure what has changed on my PC that forced Popfile stop working after years of great work! Php_oci8_11g.dll Download
I looked at mailinglist archives and tried to 'pp -l %path_to_Socket.dll% -o ...' but only thing it changed was error message: It began now as: 'Can't load 'C:\DOCUME~1\kasutaja\LOCALS~1\Temp\par-kasutaja\cache-11259124141\Socket.dll' for module Socket: I don't*think* that's the problem here - though I'm not really qualified to bemaking such an assessment - and it's a possibility that shouldn't beoverlooked.If you want me to mail you All rights reserved.-------------next itemI did not compile perl on my machine. this contact form For example, suppose you have an XS modulethat uses a CRT function to get a filehandle and then the XS passes thatfilehandle to some PerlIO function.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at script/pledit.pl line 1. [download] Not that I found them that useful though... ...sigh... Xampp The information contained in this message and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended for the addressee(s) only. It's like this: #-------------- start ------ use Net::LDAP; #-------------- end ------ And, before anybody asks - I _can_ produce also working .exe's.
In this case, copy the files from the Oracle Instant Client into the php folder, the one that contains php.exe, not the ext/ folder. Sounds like some sort ofscrewed_up_per_installation_type_error as Steve suggested ....... You'rewasting your time trying.I find no trouble in using my MSVC++ 7.0 with AS perl.I believe there's a *potential* for curly problems, but I've not yet struckany - not that I've I confirm it works with PGP 9.x!
Cisco's official cause was corrupted system files on my PC. Idon't know how to fix it. Not a valid win32 application0The procedure entry point clCreateCommandQueueWithProperties could not be located in the dynamic link library1The procedure entry point NET_DVR_RealPlay_V40 could not be located in the dynamic link library http://deftmag.com/entry-point/the-procedure-entry-point-getlogicalprocessorinformation-could-not-be-located-kernel32-dll-fix.html exceptthat Paul Lockaby reported a similar problem and you seem to have removedall trace of perl 5.8.6.
So it seems I have no hope to regain Popfile support!!!! John has always been strangely reluctant to rebuild these EXE files for me. The Active State documentaton on the new perl says that the XS fileshave to be recompiled. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
This Steve Hay at Jul 28, 2005 at 8:23 am ⇧ Malcolm Nooning wrote: I will here try to answer the questions of the past two posts.------------first itemFirst for the XS See above!The cheap way is to ask someone else to do it, but as long as I havealready done all the work thus far, I'd like to see it through. I am very grateful. Using these programs avoids the need to change the configuration file. >> Firefox is able to establish the connection but no data are received and the HTTP connection times out. <<
You can find it at http://par.wikia.com/wiki/PAR_PPM_Compatibility_List HTH, Steffen # WedMay2407:14:462006 The RT System itself - Status changed from 'resolved' to 'open' # WedMay2407:20:552006 smueller [...] cpan.org - Status changed from 'open' I mentioned in the other thread that I did try port chaining, uninstalling and reinstalling POPFile to use a different port. What's happening to my POPFile???? Note that any views or opinions presented in this email are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Radan Computational Ltd.
I've implemented a simple replacement for popfile-tray.pl: http://amatubu.skr.jp/popfile/popfile-tray.pl This script requires Win32::GUI perl module, and trayicon.ico in current folder. It surprises me that people who want to use a compiler Sisyphus at Jul 29, 2005 at 3:40 am ⇧ ----- Original Message -----From: "Steve Hay"The problems occur whenever CRT resources Last time I looked at PAR (been quite awhile so things may have changed) I recall it gave me all kinds of grief. It built and tested fine.I also built PAR-0.89 using MSVC++ 7.0 with AS build 810.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at IO/Socket.pm line 12. I think you may have more than one POPFile problem. >> but it seems Popfile doesn't complete the transfer << This is not good news. Perhaps a required shared library or dll isn't installed where expected at db2.pl line 5 # ThuJul0601:41:372006 The RT System itself - Status changed from 'resolved' to 'open' # ThuJul0603:33:102006 smueller That seems to me OK! << I agree - everything seems to be OK there.
Maybe a future version will address these unnecessary files being left over, if that is the case. Hopefully this email will provide some hints. by strat (Canon) on Oct 15, 2005 at 08:46UTC randyk: until now I always used ActivestatePerl 809 for PAR/Tk.
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