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From: "Rogers, Kirk" <Kirk dot Rogers at trw dot com>
Subject: Installing sybperl on NT 4.0
Date: May 30 1998 5:57PM

Hello folks,
Newbie here, trying to get sybperl installed on my NT 40. Sp3 server and
im running into some problems.  I've loaded the GS port for win32 ver
5.004 and all looks well.  I then began loading sybperl extensions and
ran into this message:

C:\sybperl-2.09_04>dmake
mkdir blib
mkdir blib\lib
cp config.pl blib\lib\config.pl
cp lib/sql.pl blib\lib\sql.pl
cp lib/sybperl.pl blib\lib\sybperl.pl
cp lib/sybutil.pl blib\lib\sybutil.pl
cp lib/ctutil.pl blib\lib\ctutil.pl
rem
mkdir ..\blib\lib\Sybase
mkdir ..\blib\arch
mkdir ..\blib\arch\auto
mkdir ..\blib\arch\auto\Sybase
mkdir ..\blib\arch\auto\Sybase\BCP
mkdir ..\blib\lib\auto\Sybase
mkdir ..\blib\lib\auto\Sybase\BCP
mkdir ..\blib\man3
cp BCP.pm ..\blib\lib\Sybase\BCP.pm
rem
mkdir ..\blib\arch\auto\Sybase\CTlib
mkdir ..\blib\lib\auto\Sybase\CTlib
cp CTlib.pm ..\blib\lib\Sybase\CTlib.pm
AutoSplitting Sybase::CTlib (..\blib\lib\auto/Sybase\CTlib)
C:\PERL\bin\perl -Ic:\perl\lib -Ic:\perl\lib C:\perl\lib\ExtUtils/xsubpp
-prototypes -typemap C:\perl\lib\ExtU
tils\typemap CTlib.xs >CTlib.tc && C:\PERL\bin\perl -Ic:\perl\lib
-Ic:\perl\lib -MExtUtils::Command -e mv CTli
b.tc CTlib.c
bcc32 -c -I\include -D_RTLDLL -DWIN32 -O           -DVERSION=\"2.09_04\"
-DXS_VERSION=\"2.09_04\"  -IC:
\perl\lib\CORE -DCTLIBVS=100 -DSYBPLVER=\"2.09_04\" -DDO_TIE CTlib.c
The name specified is not recognized as an
internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
dmake.exe:  Error code 1, while making 'CTlib.obj'
dmake.exe:  Error code 255, while making 'subdirs'

C:\sybperl-2.09_04>

Since im not an expert with perl or Unix (these look very similar to
what a Unix machine spits out when it runs into trouble), I cant tell
whats happening.

Any thoughts/pointers???

TIA

Kirk