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Re: Installing Tk problems with Active State on Windowsby syphilis (Chancellor)
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PPM packages for Tk-804.031 (for both 32-bit and 64-bit builds of Win32 perl) have now been added to the sisyphusion repo.
The 32-bit builds passed all tests, but the 64-bit builds failed (with segfaults) on 2 of the test programs:
(Same result when building with Strawberry Perl.)
Ray Smith, if you want to build Tk yourself for ActivePerl, you can do it with Strawberry Perl - but only if your Strawberry Perl and ActivePerl have the same perl version number and archname (perl -V:archname).
If they match on both counts, then the Tk-804.031 that you build with Strawberry Perl, will work quite well with ActivePerl - though it will probably require that strawberry/c/bin is in your path.