> Best way- fill it with copyright notices, use a restrictive license,
> get them to sign a document.
> That's really the only way to protect perl code-- by legally
> protecting it.
> And then suing the ass off of your client if they break it.
> You can not 'protect' perl source the way you are likely thinking.
> All you can do is obfuscate it, and that is easily broken. You can
> compile it (perlcc or activestate), but then someone who wants it /
> needs it bad enough will decompile it.

Does perlcc compiled scripts work with mod_perl ?
Does anyone has experience with this in combination with mp2.


Thomas den Braber