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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You must have done something right, because with ActivePerl 5.8.8 (build 817) and MinGW 3.2.3 it passes all tests. That is the setup where the module ActivePerl::Config overrides some settings on Config so it can use MinGW gcc as a C compiler.

    So, I'm now trying to run the same tests on Windows 98... I'm expecting some more troubles because Win98 is more primitive in some regards...

    Well indeed. I'm having troubles with it, actually, the same problems when trying to install Inline with CPAN (I ended up instal
    • The final verdict makes sense -- 3 tests are skipped if Inline::C fails to build and bind the source code. (Which happens between test 12 and test 13.) Those nmake problems are from Inline itself. This is a great example of the limitations of PPM's -- you don't get to see any actual tests on your actual system.

      Thanks for running the tests -- I'm glad the ActiveState/MinGW tests worked.

      -- dagolden