Perl Dancer on Android (first attempt)

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This an attempt I've made at installing Dancer, the Perl web framework, on an Android emulator using ASE (Android Scripting Environment).

Plenty of things have changed since then, and when I make another attempt, I'll publish that as well.

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  • I just wanted to see if I got Dancer running. I did, in fact, got it to load, but Bionic (the C library on Android) has issues with simple gethost functions in Perl, amongst other issues.
    So, Dancer++, Android--.
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Perl Dancer on Android (first attempt)

  1. 1. Setting up Android && ASE ● Download JRE ● Download Android SDK ● Add $PATH to ~/.bashrc ● Install SDK components ● Add new virtual device ● Start the device ● Remove Chinese keyboard ● Install ASE    
  2. 2. Setting up Dancer ● Dancer is a web framework ● (kind of like Ruby's Sinatra) ● I like it, I help develop and release it ● cpanm ­l . HTTP::Body HTTP::Headers URI  HTTP::Server::Simple  HTTP::Server::Simple::PSGI YAML Template  Module::Refresh Dancer ● mhere File::Spec::Unix FileHandle utf8 ● cp utf8_heavy.pl, unicode    
  3. 3. It works!    
  4. 4. … sort of :)    

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