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I have spent quite a few hours last night and today trying to get this to compile into a binary. perlcc claims it compiles on a linux system with only a warning but then segfaults when i try to run it. I can generate a c file with perl -MO=C but that fails compile wtih several thousand warnings and several hundred errors. -MO=CC won't even try to generate the C file. I find it odd that it is so hard to compile. Perhaps I am just ignorant and have looked over some settings? Am I missing something? It runs fine when it is executing via the perl interpreter. (Note: I haven't tried to assemble anything though! )I can run it on my windows xp 64 bit station as well and it is also able to generate a C file with the -MO=C option. I was curious if you have ever tried to create a standalone executable from the code? It would be nice to be able to distribute a windows standalone exe along with the code so that people could run it without installing Perl as I think most S12 developers are Wintel based. I am pretty sure Perl has been standard on all the POSIX boxes for quite some time now so it is not really necessary to make up a linux binary or what not.