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From: Leigh Moncher <dvor at voicenet dot com>
Subject: RE: Installing sybperl on NT 4.0
Date: May 30 1998 8:31PM

You're going to have to change the Makefile to use msvc's command line
compiler.

What you basically did here (if you read M. Peppler's site) is turn off
compiling the CTLib and the DBLib.  Which basically got you a whole lot of
nothing.  Bsically it skipped compiling so that's why you got no errors.


At 12:12 PM 5/30/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Ok,
>So, just out of curiosity, I set:
>
>DBLIBVS=0
>
>and
> 
>CTLIBVS=0
>
>And everything seemed to install.  What does this do or not do???
>
>Kirk
>
>
>
>	-----Original Message-----
>	From:	Leigh Moncher [mailto:dvor@VOICENET.COM]
>	Sent:	Saturday, May 30, 1998 11:20 AM
>	To:	SybPerl Discussion List
>	Subject:	Re: Installing sybperl on NT 4.0
>
>	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:
>	>
>	>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
>	> 
>	Leigh Moncher
>	dvor@voicenet.com
>
>	http://www.voicenet.com/~dvor
> 
Leigh Moncher
dvor@voicenet.com

http://www.voicenet.com/~dvor