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Exit code from Perl (exe converted from Perl)

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Hello,
I am using Active-state's product to convert Perl to exe.
The problem is that every time I run the exe, I get a new separate process, which does not gets stopped when the run ends.
I have added exit o, but that does not help..
Can you please assist with that?
Thank you.
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What separate process do you get?
Do you have a system() or a qx() inside the perl code?
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by:tamirmilo
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I get a windows process for each run of the exe.
I do not have any system() or qx().
Thank you.
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