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Running nmake on DBI in Window NT

Posted on 1998-11-10
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I have been unable to do the:
make
make test
make install
portion of the DBI installation procedures for Windows NT.

I am aware that NMAKE is preferred, but really know nothing about it, where to acquire it, or how to properly use it.
I have been reading newsgroups and WWW sites for days trying to find the specifics.
Any help out here?
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Question by:brooksr111098
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1.) If you've got activestate perl, give up now, and use their distribution method
2.) If you have the distributed binary version, or compiled the perl yourself (or someone else did), follow these steps

perl Makefile.PL
nmake
nmake test
nmake install

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