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Re^3: inet_pton on Windows Perlby syphilis (Chancellor)
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Those combinations would fail to even build Math::Int128
For Math::Int128 you need a 64-bit compiler, and hence a 64-bit build of perl.
Even then, the build is failing due to a bug in either perl itself or the Math-Int128-0.12 source. (Last I heard, the Math::Int128 author was investigating.)
If you have a 64-bit build of Windows perl you can install Math-Int128-0.12 using ppm:
That package was built using this patch. (If you want to build Math-Int128-0.12 from source yourself, use that patch in preference to the patch supplied in the afore mentioned bug report.)
And keep an eye out for Math-Int128-0.13 which will hopefully build straight out of the box with MinGW ports of 64-bit gcc.