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From: glen at socrates dot Berkeley dot EDU
Subject: Re: Win32 compile
Date: Apr 7 2002 9:56PM

Yes, thank you very much. 

> 
> if you're using activestate,(IMHO on win32 you're crazy not to)
> just use: 
> ppm3 install sybperl
> 
> --- glen@socrates.Berkeley.EDU wrote:
> > Can anyone provide some tips for making Makefile.PL compatible with
> > Windows?  or point me to a useful thread in the sybperl-l archives?
> > 
> > I am trying to compile sybperl with VC 6.0, perl 5.6.1, and Sybase
> > OpenClient/C 12.5. There are (so far) 3 problems:
> > 
> > 1) "The System cannot find the path specified."
> >    This is apparently because ";" is not being interpreted as a
> >    command separator in compound command expressions.
> > 
> > 2) When I replace ";" with "&", which is understood as a command
> >    separator, then I get: "The syntax of the command is incorrect."
> > 
> > 3) I don't think this problem has to do with anything important(???),
> >    so, I go ahead an run nmake, and get a several screens full of
> >    incompatible type warnings, and then 8 link time fatal errors for
> >    unresolved library symbols. This is during the CTlib phase.  BCP,
> >    BLK, DBLIB and Sybperl modules compile and test OK. 
> > 
> >    If I knew where the compiler was supposed to find _blk_init@16,
> >    for example, maybe I could figure out how to fix my environment.
> > 
> > Any suggestions appreciated.
> > 
> > Glen Jackson
> > ============
> > Museum Informatics Project
> > glen@socrates.berkeley.edu
> > 
> 
> 
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