I want to kill a process given its name "notepad.exe",
I know that there is a function called kill to do this,
but its argument is processID rather than the process name.
I know Perl can get the PID if it spawns notepad.exe, but the notepad process exists before the perl script is called.
The module below seems to work for cygwin perl,
but not ActiveState (cygwin is great but it doesn’t play well with clients when the Perl folder is on a network share)
Is there a killall equivalent for Perl that would work on win32?