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MQSeries module compilation on ActiveState 5.8 + cygwin

Posted on 2003-12-01
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Hello,
can anyone provide help in compiling latest MQSeries module with cygwin gcc + make?
perl Makefile.pl goes ok while I get with make
Makefile:934: *** missing separator.  Stop.

line 934 of Makefile:
 $(PM_TO_BLIB)
<<

any windows precompiled ppm would be great
Thanks
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Either a) rebuild perl from source with gcc (5.8.2 builds just fine with no hassle), or b) use VC++ and nmake to build this module.  ActiveState Perl was built with VC++ and MakeMaker generates Makefile for nmake, hence the error.
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Managed to compile with active perl + visual studio 6 and nmake
(had to install Visual c++ 8(  )
thx
Golem
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