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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • In my opinion a real Win32 Perl distribution would include a C compilation environment with it, e.g. MinGW - and the Perl would be compiled with that (and the Win32:: basics). This way one would not need to have a repository of Win32 modules/PPMs/whatever, anywhere, but instead just download from CPAN and compile XS with abandon.

    (Of course, to be suuuupernice this distribution would have to work nicely with Visual C 6, Visual.Net, Intel C++, and whatever people have...)