Is there any documentation on compiling my own version of Strawberry? I don't see any source code mentioned on the web page.
Well - you could just build your own perl from source using (say) the compiler and dmake that shipped with Strawberry.
You just grab the official perl 5.20.0 source, put your strawberry/c/bin folder at the beginning of the PATH, edit the (largely self-documenting) win32/makefile.mk appropriately, then cd to that win32 folder and run:
dmake dmake test dmake installAttached is the win32/makefile.mk I've just used to build a 64-bit static perl-5.20.0 using Strawberry Perl-5.20.0 compiler (64-bit gcc-4.8.2).
It installs perl into C:\_64\static_perl520_482. (Amend it if you want to install perl elsewhere.) It specifies that the compiler is in C:\_64\strawberry5.20.0\c (Amend that if it's not correct.) And it specifies an EXTRALIBDIRS setting that's incorrect for you. You'll want to set it to something like:
EXTRALIBDIRS *= C:\_64\strawberry5.20.0\c\x86_64-w64-mingw32\lib C:\_64\strawberry5.20.0\c\lib\gcc\x86_64-w64-mingw32\4.8.2
(depending upon where those folders actually are on your machine). Apart from that, it should be right to go for you.There were a few (three, I think) test script failures during 'dmake test' .... nothing to worry about.
It seems to install dynamic perl.exe, perl5.20.0.exe and wperl.exe (and perl520.dll) along with a (large) static perl executable called perl-static.exe.
So it's the perl-static.exe you'll want to be using. I've no idea what sort of mileage you'll get out of that ;-)And, of course, FAIK, there could already be a static Strawberry perl available somewhere (or kmx might even be busy building one for you right now.)
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