tlshell & perl Win 10 64
siepo at bitmuis.nl
Tue May 31 20:14:23 CEST 2022
On Mon, May 30, 2022 at 11:53:03PM +0200, Reinhard Kotucha wrote:
> On 2022-05-30 at 17:48:30 +0300, Roman Maciuk wrote:
> > On Windows 10 x64 suddenly C:\texlive\2020\bin\win32\tlshell.exe
> > stopped executing (just now!!)
> > But it was good as far as yesteday!
> > Sais "this application cannot be executed on your PC"
> > Same happens with perl.exe
> > I wonder, what ran wrong?
> Hello Roman,
> > Last thing I did was trying to execute "perl5.30.1.exe Makefile.PL"
> > for Tk extension to perl Thank you.
> Perl version 5.30.1 is older than the version provided by TeX Live
> (5.34.0). If the version of Perl you installed yourself breaks
> anything in TeX Live you could try to type
> tlmgr conf texmf TEXLIVE_WINDOWS_TRY_EXTERNAL_PERL 0
> on the command line. Regarding the last argument: 0 means 'false' and
> 1 means 'true'. Perl scripts shipped with TeX Live will then use the
> Perl provided by TeX Live. The drawback is that scripts requiring
> non-standard Perl modules will not work.
> A better solution is to remove your local Perl installation, install
> version 5.34.0, and try again. But please check whether the new Perl
> works with TeX Live before you try to install additional modules.
Roman, apparently you have TL 2020 installed. Since we are not equipped
to support or debug old versions, I advise you to replace your
installation with the current one, 2022, and try again.
Also: the included perl is intended just to support the TL
infrastructure. For other uses, you are on your own.
By the way: tlshell is a Tcl/Tk script, serving as a front end to
the Perl script tlmgr.
Although tlmgr has a GUI mode of its own, using Perl/Tk, the Perl/Tk
module is not part of the included Perl for Windows anymore.
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