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From: "Milan Mikic" <Milan dot Mikic at gartmore dot com>
Subject: Building Sybperl on Windows NT
Date: Mar 26 1998 4:38PM

I have tried to build sybperl 2.09_03 on NT 3.51 service pack 5, following
instructions in readme.w32. nmake failed with the following message:

C:\temp\Sybperl-2.09_03>c:\msdev\bin\nmake -d

Microsoft (R) Program Maintenance Utility   Version 1.61.6038
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp 1988-1996. All rights reserved.

            Makefile.PL         Fri Mar 20 16:05:50 1998
            c:\perl\lib\      Thu Mar 26 12:33:06 1998
            C:\perl\lib\CORE\config.h      Sun Aug 10 11:12:00 1997
          Makefile              Thu Mar 26 16:28:48 1998
            C:\perl\lib\CORE\perl.h      Sun Aug 10 11:12:00 1997
            C:\perl\lib\CORE\perl.h      Sun Aug 10 11:12:00 1997
            C:\perl\lib\CORE\perl.h      Sun Aug 10 11:12:00 1997
          Version_check   target does not exist
             Fri Oct 03 16:29:14 1997
          lib/         Fri Mar 06 00:47:10 1998
          lib/            Wed Aug 02 07:56:48 1995
          lib/        Mon Aug 07 07:11:56 1995
          lib/        Thu Mar 05 19:47:18 1998
        pm_to_blib              Thu Mar 26 16:15:02 1998
The name specified is not recognized as an
internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'cd' : return code '0x1'


What could be the reason for this?

Many Thanks


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