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Re^2: Perl_croak_xs_usage problem

by markuhs (Scribe)
on Oct 02, 2009 at 08:36 UTC ( #798801=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Perl_croak_xs_usage problem
in thread Perl_croak_xs_usage problem

Sorry, I think I did not state my problem correctly.

I do NOT have any problems on running the .par file.
I DO have a problem CREATING the .par file.

For me only C:\Perl\bin\perl510.dll exists...

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Re^3: Perl_croak_xs_usage problem
by pdxperl (Sexton) on Oct 15, 2009 at 16:25 UTC
    Hi, Curious if this ever got resolved.. I'm having the same issues. ==update== I decided to do an uninstall of 5.10.1 (I'm on Vista). When I started to do the uninstall, I noticed there were both 5.10.0 and 5.10.1 listed as installed. So I uninstalled both, and reinstalled 5.10.0. No problems after that.
      Not sure if this ever got solved, best info I could find was recompile. I uninstalled perl, downloaded and installed Activestate 5.10.1 build 1007 Then I Installed MinGW Then downloaded source for: PAR PAR-Dist PAR-Packer for each I ran the make / install steps using dmake (NOT NMAKE) gzip/untar cd perl MakeFile.PL dmake dmake test dmake install Had a couple test failures (nothing major I dont think) Everything worked afterwords. Quite well actually, compiles seemed faster than before. Running on Windows XP also.
      Just double checked it (again), but there is only 5.10.0 installed now.

      The problems arise if I install 5.10.1.
      PAR is built for 5.10.0.

      I would have to build it myself, but I have never done things like that. At the moment I stick with 5.10.0 (and tried a little bit of Strawberry Perl) until I have more time to build it...

      Hope that answers your question???

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