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I got "Can't load PDL::Core module at C:/sperl/589/perl/lib/ line 249." ... with broken dll.

I get that, too - with *both* broken dll *and* ok dll
With the ok dll:
C:\>pmver PDL::Graphics::PLplot 0.61 C:\>perl -MDynaLoader -e"@PDL::Graphics::PLplot::ISA = ('DynaLoader'); + DynaLoader::bootstrap('PDL::Graphics::PLplot');" Can't load PDL::Core module at C:/MinGW/perl589/lib/ line + 249.
Then switch to the broken dll:
C:\>pmver PDL::Graphics::PLplot Can't load 'C:/MinGW/perl589/site/lib/auto/PDL/Graphics/PLplot/PLplot. +dll' for module PDL::Graphics::PLplot: load_file:%1 is not a valid Wi +n32 application at C: /MinGW/perl589/lib/ line 226. at -e line 1 Compilation failed in require at -e line 1. C:\>perl -MDynaLoader -e"@PDL::Graphics::PLplot::ISA = ('DynaLoader'); + DynaLoader::bootstrap('PDL::Graphics::PLplot ');" Can't load PDL::Core module at C:/MinGW/perl589/lib/ line + 249.
I don't know what to make of that - the PDL::Graphics::PLplot module is fine so long as I use the ok dll.
Doesn't this merely demonstrate that PDL::Graphics::PLplot has a dependency on PDL::Core ?


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