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ExtUtils::Miniperl(3)  Perl Programmers	Reference Guide	 ExtUtils::Miniperl(3)

NAME
       ExtUtils::Miniperl - write the C	code for miniperlmain.c	and perlmain.c

SYNOPSIS
	   use ExtUtils::Miniperl;
	   writemain(@directories);
	   # or
	   writemain($fh, @directories);
	   # or
	   writemain(\$filename, @directories);

DESCRIPTION
       "writemain()" takes an argument list of zero or more directories
       containing archive libraries that relate	to perl	modules	and should be
       linked into a new perl binary. It writes	a corresponding	miniperlmain.c
       or perlmain.c file that is a plain C file containing all	the bootstrap
       code to make the	modules	associated with	the libraries available	from
       within perl.  If	the first argument to "writemain()" is a reference to
       a scalar	it is used as the filename to open for output. Any other
       reference is used as the	filehandle to write to.	Otherwise output
       defaults	to "STDOUT".

       The typical usage is from within	perl's own Makefile (to	build
       perlmain.c) or from regen/miniperlmain.pl (to build miniperlmain.c).
       So under	normal circumstances you won't have to deal with this module
       directly.

SEE ALSO
       ExtUtils::MakeMaker

perl v5.28.3			  2020-05-14		 ExtUtils::Miniperl(3)

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