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Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2013 07:39:56 -0400
From: LM <>
Subject: Re: Best place to discuss other lightweight libraries?

On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 4:24 PM, Rob Landley <> wrote:

> Once upon a time was collecting some of these:

Thanks for mentioning this.  I've seen the page before, but this was an
opportune time to go back and revisit it.  One thing on my todo list is to
find a non-interactive way to build Perl and microperl (as mentioned on the
page) appears to be just the solution I was looking for.

Would be curious if anyone's tried using the microperl makefile with musl.
I ran a search to see if I could dig up any more information on microperl.
I did see mention that the Perl developers weren't sure if they'd continue
to support it in the future.  Also found a couple of build scripts.  Both
install microperl executable and then create a link to perl using it.  Both
install various .pm files, but they each installed different sets of
files.  If anyone comes across documentation on installing microperl or has
any recommendations on which files are most useful to install and where to
put them, would be very interested in more details.



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