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microperl is supposed to be a really minimal perl, even moreminimal than miniperl. No Configure is needed to build microperl,on the other hand this means that interfaces between Perl and youroperating system are left very -- minimal.All this is experimental. If you don't know what to do with microperlyou probably shouldn't. Do not report bugs in microperl; fix the bugs.We assume ANSI C89 plus the following:- <stdlib.h>- rename()- opendir(), readdir(), closedir() (via dirent.h)- memchr(), memcmp(), memcpy() (via string.h)- (a safe) putenv() (via stdlib.h)- strtoul() (via stdlib.h)(grep for 'define' in uconfig.sh.)Also, Perl times() is defined to always return zeroes.If you are still reading this and you are itching to try out microperl: make -f Makefile.microIf you make changes to uconfig.sh, run make -f Makefile.micro regen_uconfigto regenerate uconfig.h. If your compilation platform is not 32-bitlittle-endian (like x86), you might want to try make -f Makefile.micro patch_uconfig*before* the "make -f Makefile.micro". This tries to minimally patchthe uconfig.sh using your *current* Perl so that your microperl hasthe correct basic types and sizes and byteorder.