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From: Leigh Moncher <dvor at voicenet dot com>
Subject: Re: Installing sybperl on NT 4.0
Date: May 30 1998 6:20PM

Looks like your call to bcc32 failed.  That would be (by my recollections)
the borland C++ compiler?  Check that it's installed yada-yada-yada, or get
a gnu cc compiler....

At 10:57 AM 5/30/98 -0700, you wrote:
>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:
>mkdir blib
>mkdir blib\lib
>cp blib\lib\
>cp lib/ blib\lib\
>cp lib/ blib\lib\
>cp lib/ blib\lib\
>cp lib/ blib\lib\
>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 ..\blib\lib\Sybase\
>mkdir ..\blib\arch\auto\Sybase\CTlib
>mkdir ..\blib\lib\auto\Sybase\CTlib
>cp ..\blib\lib\Sybase\
>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 > && C:\PERL\bin\perl -Ic:\perl\lib
>-Ic:\perl\lib -MExtUtils::Command -e mv CTli
> 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'
>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???
Leigh Moncher